Opulence, creativity mark this show

Opulence, creativity mark this show

The second edition of the Premia India Runway Week was hosted with grandeur at the Talkatora Stadium earlier this week.  

The show opened with designer Manish Gupta’s collection whose creative embroideries and sophisticated designs compliment today’s modern women whereas ornaments by Akaash K Aggarwal added opulence to all the outfits.
On the first day designer Rosy Ahluwalia presented her vibrant collection with the spotlight firmly on colours  pink, blue, white and green. 

In gowns, salwar suits and bridal lehengas, Rosy used zardozi, swaroski and ari work. Even the polka and gold jewellery by Kavita Gogna added a very ethnic and unique look to the collection. 

Designer Ritu Chabbra presented Indian wear collection dominated by pastel shades, whereas designer Sandeep and Anju Chanana focused on the ancient Indian Mughal Art.

The duo incorporated the art on fabrics such as georgette, chiffon and crepe. 

Influenced by South Indian traditions, designer Shruti Sancheti presented a collection of Indian and western wear of finely woven Temple weaves, which is an integral part of the Dravidian culture. 

The borders flaunted pastel shades on the woven silks, untreated calico cotton 
and cotton silk.

Designer Ankur and Sonia worked on three-dimensional intricate embroideries, pastel shades, melted gold prints and tailed gowns.
Kenny the showstopper mesmerised audience in a white transparent stone work lehenga. 

Designer Nishu J’s designs were inspired by nature and huge manmade structures. The designer used silk, polyester, linen and cotton for her creations.

Niket and Jainee showcased their collection of bridal lehengas and kaftan anarkalis. They concentrated on dori work, pearls, beads and crushed silk. 
Designer Sonia Jetleey’s collection drew inspiration from floral and peacock motifs and fabrics. 

She showcased resort wear and skirts with digital prints. 

On the other hand, designer Manish Gupta’s collection was inspired by the paintings of Neerajj Mittra which depicts the horse and its elegance in a beautiful way. 

Actor and model Sachin Khurana was the show stopper of the show. He walked the ramp wearing a spray-painted jacket.

Bangalore-based designer Ramesh Dembla’s collection was very modern and elegant but not conventional. 

He made generous use of the colour grey and complemented it with embellishments. 

In his ethnic collection he used the fabric like georgette and velvet with very  deep and bold colours. 

Actress Mugdha Godse  too walked the ramp for Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers.

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