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In Part VI of a series, we bring you some more ramp action from the ongoing Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week!
First up is a collection from Sulakshana Monga's label 'Soltee', which highlighted sensuous, sultry appeal with garments like this molded bodice gown, showing off sheer panelling and antiquated metallic detailing.
Next we have Binal Trivedi in this peacock-shaded draping number encrusted with crystals down the front.
Monga offers up another exquisite cutwork bodice cascading into a soft shaded pastel skirt.
Flowy silhouettes and minimalist styles in sober shades were the mainstay of Savio Jon's latest line. Seen here is Carol Gracias in a trendy grey tunic with chiffon tailing behind.
We loved this little knit number with its slouchy appeal.
A toga top and matching mini make a statement on the ramp.
Rajdeep Ranawat's resortwear sought to depict the journey of a naive young girl across nature, with plenty of leopard, florals and leafy prints -- check out this fading transparent kaftan, teamed with a matching bikini underneath.
Sania Shaikh shows off a vibrant outfit in black and burnt orange sporting a large keyhole neckline.
Jesse Randhawa is a vision in an empire-waisted midi sporting a riot of colours.
Amit GT opted for sophisticated red-carpet elegance with his latest summer collection, with the outfits showing off oodles of pleats, ruffles and ruches. First up is this fluffy, feminine ivory ensemble.
A pleated, draped ankle-sweeper is up next.
The hemline hikes up a bit with this haute LBD sporting lace panels.
Promoting khadi as the eponymous Indian fabric we have the stylings of James Ferrerra, kicking off with Carol in saffron dhoti shorts and a lovely little jacket.
Charming us with her smile here is Tinu Verghese in a refreshing casual tunic dress.
A silky gold asymmetrical number ups the ante.
Vineet Bahl paid a tribute to Persian aesthetics, mixing them with contemporary fads for his line to create designs like this pocketed outfit teamed with a grey-blue overcoat.
This cutwork blouse and pants struck the right balance between casual and feminine.
Tinu steps out in a sheen-tinged little number with lovely slit sleeves.
Trio Viral, Ashish and Vikrant displayed a pret line of smart, comfy garments from their label 'Virtues' like this chic ensemble high on wearability.
Surelee Joseph struts her stuff in wide pants and a kalidaar slit up the front.
The fusion of East and West is apparent on this printed tube with a sheer little kurti worn over.
Shalini and Paras presented breezy, easy numbers with digital prints and hints of embroidery like this maxi.
Ice-blue and white come together in style on this unique cocktail mini.
Printed leggings add a kitschy edge to this otherwise beautiful layered floral midi modelled by Carol.
Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna brought the curtain down at the WLIFW with their futuristic formals. Seen here is Rachel Bayros in a bodysuit with sheer shirt worn over.
Black and white chemistry comes to the fore with this striking ensemble.
And finally, we have this androgynous look with wide pants and a shirt topped off with black cutwork and tasselled sleeves.