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In Part V of a series, we bring you some more ramp action from the ongoing Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week!
We've been bringing you the best of the WLIFW all week (click here for Parts I, II, III and IV) and now we've got some more fun fashion in store -- here's some sexy creations from the best in the business!
Coming up first are the stylings of Alpana and Neeraj, which were much like exoskeletons -- solid structures moulded out of transparent plastic, juxtaposed with flowing chiffon to create surreal outfits, like this one-piece and its accompanying armour.
Next is a sensual grey number slit to the hips with accoutrements on the bodice and waist.
Carol Gracias shows off her slimline figure in a grey-blue cutaway.
With hard detailing at the waist, the delicate peach of this bodysuit and chiffon panel serve to soften things up.
Anand Bhushan's 'Urban Tribe' line was elegant, sheer and feminine with lots of soft and delicate feathers, intricate cutwork and embroidery like this mini modelled by Tamara Moss.
Surface textures come to the fore in bold vermillion.
As usual, Anita Dongre offered up no-fuss summer clothes in shades of pink, grey and yellow, successfully exploring bohemian-chic with hints of ikkats and block printing. Seen here is Binal Trivedi in a pretty sheer blouse and shorts.
Muted pastels and embroidery come together to make for a pretty vision.
An airy maxi in soft pink makes a statement on the runway.
Atsu Sekhose used vibrant colours and dramatic silhouettes to make a mark at the WLIFW, like this yellow ensemble.
Pink, tulle and plenty of flounce can never go wrong when it comes to cocktail chic!
Stand apart from the crowd in this salmon ruffled number with blue floral embellishments.
There is no better way to describe the latest from Dev R Nil, who pasted batik motifs of giant sunglasses and cars all over the dresses, trousers, coats, kurtis and even handbags. But first is a delicate feminine outfit that turned heads.
In these kitschy pants and vibrant striped blouson.
An intricately embroidered hem lends class to a casual get-up.
Dolly J's outfits sought to explore two extreme sides of modern women -- the timid, shy woman and her bold outrageous counterpart. It's easy to see which category this hot look falls into!
Gorgeous mutard-yellow sharara pants cascade onto the runway in dramatic style.
Contrasts are highlighted by this cropped white jacket and the voluminous gold-black layers below.
Bright and breezy, Rahul Mishra's line 'Just like a dream' focused on girly garments that epitomise summer. Seen here is Gauhar Khan in a striking black and fuschia number.
Tinu Verghese steps out in a swirl of white with wavy motif.
This structured striped dress exuded retro appeal.
Ankita's new line saw a neutral palette injected with plenty of neon and hints of tangerine, like this bodycon number, accentuated by a large fabric rose.
Silky, slinky and sheer elements with neon trim create an unusual ensemble.
And finally, we have a beige tube mini swathed in hot pink to create a striking effect.