BFW 13th edition – Day 3


The day 3 of DF Silverline Bangalore Fashion Week 13th edition powered by Snapdeal showcased another set of the most diverse roll of designers from every corner of the country. The day started with DREAM ZONE fashion school collections celebrating the people and places that inspired the budding designers.

Next was Anvita Thakkar‘s collection labelled WOW 18. The collection majorly focused on being a trendsetter for youth fashion with vast range of fabrics, quality craftsmanship and refined tailoring which eventually results into a role model for Fashion. Pret-a-porter and Diffusion are the brand specialities.

Anvitha Thakkar with Models

Anvitha Thakkar with Models

Radhika & Sudarshan showcased designs on scattered petals coming out of the particular five-petal flowers, petals converting into flowers and abstract-flowers scribble art. Watercolor brush stroke prints and abstract scribble art by pot painting from West Bengal are important features of the collection with incorporation of flattering minimal drapes, layering& cuts on natural fabrics with great falls such as silks, crepes, georgettes etc. The features of the collection includes hand embroideries, appliqués, texture surface development on organza and different usage of mixed media, curvilinear & “u” shaped modern cuts are mainly seen in the collection. The designs are chick yet constructed to meet a modern day’s woman’s need keeping the festive mood as well as winter in mind. Hues selected are deep navy, coral, mint and powder. Each look is layered with different sets and a lot of focus have been given on single separates to make them more wearable on different occasions.

Radhika with Models

Radhika with Models

The collection by Sony Reddy is based on Pearl Work. Hyderabad is well known for its pearls and has been called a “ city of pearls” and the designers being from Hyderabad, are representing the glory of pearl combinating with Zardosi, Anchor work, Jarkan, Kundan, Gotapati and Nakshi. The Fabrics used are Net, Rawsilk, Crepe, Tussar and Georgette. Lakshmi Manchu well known Indian film actress walked the ramp and made heads turn as she glided in a yellow and orange outfit.

Sony Reddy's with showstopper Lakshmi Manchu

Sony Reddy’s with showstopper Lakshmi Manchu

Ashok Maanay collection showcased the theme “THE REGALIA” dedicated to his highness, Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar. The vibrant hues rendered in the collection of Indian wear embraces the opulent culture and heritage yore of the nation. For eons the peerless Indian craftsmen have been cynosures in this art of embroidery which has adorned famous personalities, palaces and museums across the world and continue to inspire awe even today. This signature collection envisions portraying the tapestry of Indian culture, the tapestry which is a collage of creativity spread across the states of our country, each with its own distinct flavor of embellishment and artistry, comprising women’s and men’s
collection. For the peerless Kriti Karbanda walked with a Red saree that showed the flavor of embellishment and artistry, comprising the Indian culture.

Ashok Maanay with Showstopper Kriti Kharbanda

Ashok Maanay with showstopper Kriti Kharbanda

Ramesh Dembla showcased a stygian and a urban collection with a unique concept of elegance, a clientele of elite crowd and fashion hallmark recognized all over the Industry. Priyanka Upendra grazed the ramp for Ramesh Dembla with his new Obscure collection.

Ramesh Dembla's with showstopper Priyanka Upendra

Ramesh Dembla’s with showstopper Priyanka Upendra

Monapali closed the day by weaving the world of illusion to create their collection at the DF Silverline Bangalore fashion week 13th Edition. The great textural tale is of the essence as monapali mix diffused prints with textured fabrics.

Monapali with Models

Monapali with Models

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