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Keep the adrenaline going

fashion and trends Updated: Sep 21, 2010 01:45 IST
Hindustan Times
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DAY 3 at Lakme Fashion Week saw a fusion of bright hues, appliqués and embroidery.



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Festive opulence


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Anupama Dayal


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Dayal made a clear deviation from her usual prints and went into a dazzling realm of rich Indian tradition wear. She concentrated on embellished creations. She made a successful attempt at the Indian wear, and also managed to make them look different with her characteristic green and blue hues.



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Vibrant fusion


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Masaba


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Masaba showed an energetic display of clothes on the runway. The showcase had an interesting display and the outfits accompanied by local bandwalas made sure that the vibrancy of her collection is maintained and clothes also caught the attention of the people. The feel of the outfits was young throughout and the clothes seemed to be tailor made for the edgy Indian dresser who doesn't want to leave the ethnic touch behind.



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Bridal
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Satya Paul
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Satya Paul’s show had a good mix of Indian and western wear and the theme was Tarot Cards. The saris and bridal wear were impressive. Some outfits especially the long skirt and blouse with emerald green embroidery and crystal embellishments made for a crisp fashion watching. While the collection looked nice, somehow the theme did not manage to percolate down to the designs.

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Applique
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Nachiket Barve
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Nachiket’s collection titled Magpie, was rich in appliqués and textures. The clothes shown on the runway reflected a rhythmic balance of embroidery, cut work and appliqué. Barve also introduced dyeing techniques in his outfits that seemed to hit a right note. The collection comprised stylish saris as well.