The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), the leading fashion body organized the 22nd edition of the Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014. The WIFW was held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi from October 9th -13th 2013. The biggest Indian Fashion extravaganza, the WIFW Spring Summer 2014 had it all. The finest designers, international models, make-up artists and choreographers came together to create a spectacular event which left connoisseurs of fashion asking for more. Anil Kapoor and Raima Sen walked the ramp for prominent designers in the finale of Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014.
Compilation of the best and the sassiest from Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Designer Anupama Dayal showcased her “Gulabi” collection where she beautifully captured the colors of spring. This very pink collection had sarees, Palazzo trousers, long & short dresses, skirts with floral headgear and sexy foot thongs. The models sported wringlets, floral crowns and minimal make-up. Enchanting.
Aupama Dayal’s Collection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
If you love it the classy Indian way, Rabani & Rakha’s collection was a synthesis of cultures, fabric and styling. With a soft and feminine color palette, it is an inspiration for the seductive woman who expresses herself in diverse spirits. Regal.
Rabani Rakha’s collection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Kanika Saluja’s collection “Annaikka” was an unapologetic celebration of bling. The sequins, the mirrors, vibrant colors, flowy silhouettes and the high buns – the collection is a mix of offbeat and contemporary. Meant for the woman who likes it bright and flashy. Flamboyant.
Kanika Saluja’s Collection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
“Not So Serious”. True to its name, this collection by Pallavi Mohan is for the sophisticated fashionista who loves Subtle. The almost monochromatic color palette, tie n dye with patch work, raw edges and cable knits added a sensual feel to the collection. The side braids and the nude flawless faces displayed radiance in its most natural state. Ethereal.
Pallavi-Mohan’s Collection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
The “Back to School” collection by Niharika Pandey was absolutely fun to watch. The elements of school life came out as quirky prints which were the highlight of the collection. Not many would dare to sport the refreshing look, but we loved it. Amusing.
Niharika Pandey’s collection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Luxury resort wear specialists, Shivan & Narresh found inspiration in Fontana’s canvases for their signature swimwear range, the Bikini Sari and the Neoprene lehenga for the summer bride. The skin hugging silhouettes added oodles of oomph to the collection. Flirtatious.
Shivan & Naresh’s Collection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
A treat for denim lovers, Niket & Jainee’s collection was an ensemble of denimized gowns, shirts, pants and dresses. We suppose we were not the only ones to notice the peacock hues dominating the collection. Denim has been reinvented, and we quite liked it. Symphony.
Niket & Jainee’s commection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Last but definitely not the least, we loved the finale “La Dolce Vita”by Ashish N Soni. This was a red carpet event inspired by old Hollywood. The beauty of Black & White could not have been captured better for the ultra-chic & ultra-modern woman of today. Classique.
Ashish n Soni’s Collection at Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Wills India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014 concluded last week in Delhi.
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Richa Singh, an NIFT graduate, is Fashion Buyer by day and Fashion Writer by night . Apart from all things Fashion, Richa's interest lies in exploring the mystical world of Vampires. Her big dream is to visit Transylvania, Romania, home to Draculas, Vampires and the famous Bran Castle. Connect with Richa at firstname.lastname@example.org.