Lalit And Sunita Jalan
This collection was 'Obscrued Psyche'. The silhouettes
were mostly Indian, with unusually draped saris, kurtis
and churidars. Layering was a key aspect of the designing.
Dabiri By Vandana And Divya
The label is known for specializing in Indian outfits
with a modern twist-feminine and wearable. The colour
palette included ultra soft pinks, mauve and vibrant
red. Pearls and chikan kari work added to the feminine
Pria Kataria Puri
The collection was about exaggerated, opulent glamour.
There were soft mul mul heavily embellished cottons.
Gypsy skirts, harem pants, velvet jackets and puff sleeves,
all giving a slight feel of pirate style overt glamour.
The Valaya LIFW 2005 collection was a tribute to the
sheer genius of Georges Remi popularly known as HERGE,
the creator of the world's most prolific comic book
characters- TINTIN. The 51 glamorous outfits revolved
around components from the TINTIN series. The fabrics
included lyra, linen, voiles and georgettes.
Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla
The collection was all-white with clean silhouettes
but detailing that gave the garments a multi-dimensional
feel. Known for their love of extravagance, they had
large swarvoski hanging from the bodies. They showed
a western line which had 50s style glam, thanks to the
drapes and halter styles.
Krishna's collection was soft, sensual and very feminine.
There were simple white shirts worn with a-line skirts.
Skirts had subtle printing or a clamp tie & dye
effect. A dash of glamour with fully sequined belts.
Kotwara By Meera And Muzzafar Ali
The designer duo known for their use of zardosi and
chikan added ikat as another form of their embroidery
styles. The show started with ikat and chikan on cotton
kurtas with wide, slightly transparent pyjama bottoms.
Stripes were a central theme for the duo and one saw
black diagonal striged edges on the dupattas and bold
stripes on the shirts.