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Ludhiana Fashion Week Finale concluded
The grand finale of Ludhiana Fashion Week 2017 at INIFD Ludhiana concluded with the designer collections, highly professional models, aptly chosen music, beautifully synchronized backdrops, prize distribution and a beautiful ramp walk by the team INIFD.
The young budding designers showcased their attires inspired from various themes like Grassetto- by Kirti Jain, Jaspreet Kaur, Mehak Jain and Bindu was exquisitely carved in straight and short dresses with feminine crochet and hand fans in wine, black and off white colours.
It was followed by Aquatic Flocons by Radhika Bansal and Hemlata portraying a rhythm of stiff silhouettes and extra elements like bold and intricate cutwork, 3d snowflake patterns and snowflake embellishment.
Beast of field by Aditi Sharma & Sanjay Yadav was inspired from the desert and its wildlife having macramé technique of knotting.
Sway Quelle by Palak Goel & Harsimar was inspired from “Shingles having fluffiness, complexity and entangled elements.
Kiwua by Gurjot Kaur was the fusion of Punjabi culture with modern wear using drawstrings on modern fabrics like tassar, georgette and raw silk. Asymmetrical dresses were crafted with vibrant hues such as orange, blue and grey in overall ensemble.
Twilight at Burj Khalifa by Shubham Thakur embodied the regional desert motifs in the embroidery beautifying the sheer fabric justifying the glassy look of tower considering the sunset hour colors like yellow, orange, peach and wine in off shoulder gowns, tube dresses and dhotis.
Mashru- collection by Richi Rampal had the theme which bounded the strands from textile and revival of old hand-woven fabric. The collection showcased innovative weaving techniques and it was wearable and durable.
Cube-O-by Ashish Jain was about the geometrical patterns which were highlighted in the collection clubbed with techno-origami.
Swift by Khushboo was inspired from the Badminton Sport and P V Sandhu- silver medal winner in 2016 summer Olympics. The racquet, shuttlecock and net marked a prominent usage in the collection revolving around the tints and tones of green colour with ruffles, cut work, knotted dori, grommets, tulle, scuba and silk.
Voguish Noor.J by Surbhi Goyal & Shailja Narang consisted of powerful clothing that strongly described modern look carrying a bold statement in a simple tube skirt with a trench coat with a decent back or a neckpiece.
MITHI-LA by Jasminum Kaur’s was characterized by “the folk art of Mithi-la comprising of eye catching geometrical patterns depicting marriage ceremony. Traditional and hand embroidery on raw silk added mesmerizing appeal to the ensemble.
Director’s Choice Award was bagged by ‘Drape Me Mirror’ by Diksha Kapoor & Harneet Pahwa.
The Judges Choice Award was shared by Voguish Noor. J designed by Surbhi Goyal & Shailja Narang and KIWUA by Gurjot Kaur & Manpreet Kaur.
The award for ‘The Most Stylish Collection’ was bagged by STREET-O-Cut and the designers were Anika Jain & Veerpal Kaur.
The Most Experimental Collection Award was again shared by two design teams. The first one was BOHRA VOHRA and the designers were Deepanshu Anand & Pallavi. The collection bracketed with this was ‘Book of Fortune’ and the designers were Avneet Kaur, Divya Sharma, Himanshu Jain & Dhalwinder Singh.
‘The Most Appreciated Collection Award’ was bagged by AZAZEL and the designers were Isha Malik & Harleen Kaur.
The next award was for ‘The Most Researched Collection Award’ was bagged by MASHRU by the designer Richi Rampal.
The award in ‘The Thematic Collection Category’ went to ‘Beast of the Field’ and the designers were Aditi Sharma & Sanjay Yadav.
The most innovative Collection Award went to BHRAM and the designer was Shivam Thapar.
The Best Collection of the Year Award won every one’s heart and the designer Gagandeep Singh Tuli got a standing ovation for his collection– Brightest Side of Darkness.