Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen - here are some more gorgeous collections from LFW Winter/Festive 2011!
First up - Nachiket Barve. The collection was based around bold reds, oranges, and pinks, which I loved. There was a lots of ombre fabrics, different textures, and ruffles, and glam by the way of a dash of sequins. I loved the whole collection, and the color schemes were right up my alley! It was an instant favorite.
I loved the tunic on the left. The choli on the right would make for a very interesting sari blouse!
Such a fan of all that ombre!
Pallavi Goenka served up a kitschy ethnic collection - mixed prints, mirror work, embroidery and patch work and different textures and fabrics came together to form some pretty cool pieces. Definitely cool for someone who likes their Indian wear a little out-of-the-way.
Vaishali S - a designer that I hadn't seen before, presented a totally awesome collection. She used chanderi saris to create a unique collection with a definitive sari influence. I loved the use of pallus on many of the clothes - they added an ethnic flair without being OTT. The collection was subtly festive - restrained and quiet - a really good change from all of the regular festive fare out there. I can't wait to see her next collection!
Vaishali S, on the right, with model Alesia Raut. I love the designer's white sari with the unexpectedly colorful pallu!