Amy Jackson, Siddharth Mallya walk the ramp at LFW
The Mallya junior, looking dapper in a black tuxedo with satin peaked lapels and tonal embroidered shoulder detailing, was the showstopper for Komal Sood`s collection, titled `The Twilight Seduction` at the Lakmi Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2012 at a suburban five-star.
"I was only nervous about the fact that whether I will be able to justify the attire. It was a good experience to walk the ramp. I like Tuxedos and I am a happy I could walk the ramp wearing it," Siddharth said.
"My collections were inspired by twilight. It`s very glamorous and colorful," Komal said. Her outfits included draped dresses, skirts, and worked on the detailing on the feminine embellishments.
`Ek Deewana Tha` actress Amy Jackson made the heads turned when she walked down the ramp in solitary black sari with a contrast maroon border and a collar blouse. "I really liked the collection it was beautiful. I am happy I got to wear a sari. I love saris," Amy said.
Keeping the glamorous woman in mind, Pernia Qureshi`s collection called `An Evening in Paris` had a distinct touch of the 20`s and 60`s, including chic evening, club wear, occasion wear, knee length sheaths, beaded sleek dresses and one solitary sari teamed up with a shirt collar blouse.
Designer Priyadarshani Rao displayed her colorful ensemble which is a blend of the Indo-western wear.
Earlier in the day, three designers Nimish Shah, Payal Khandwala and Roma Narsinghani presented their stunning creations.
The show began with Nimish`s collection which was inspired by the retro fashion of the 70s. Nimish used great fabrics like organic cotton, khadi, wool, silk, chiffon as he displayed softly constructed jackets, shawls, mufflers, mini sweaters, skirts, drop-waist dress and the long sleeve cropped tops.
"My collections were basically inspired by the retro fashion of the 70`s. We took the old vintage reference and gave a contemporary twist to it," Nimish said.
Payal Khandwala`s `Sadhu and the Samurai`, which focused on the virtues of loyalty, self awareness and spirituality, drew its basic inspiration from monks and warriors. "My collections were inspired by the monks and the warriors. It is easy and comfortable to wear," Payal said.
The show came to an end with designer Roma Narsinghani`s collection called `DreaCather`, dedicated to the women of today.