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 The Blenders Pride fashion Tour that travels to different places in India had its stop in Mumbai over the weekend. Spread into two days the fashion extravaganza had names like Mandira Wirk, Neeta Lulla, Ashish Soni, Gaviin Miguel, Falguni and Shane Peacock, Wendell Rodricks and others showcasing their creations.
Day 1 of BPFT opened with ‘Stairway to Heaven’ by designer Gaviin Miguel. As the name suggests, soothing colours of ivory, yellow, champagne, white, cream, light pink, lavender, and beige were used generously. Gowns, minis, dresses, tunics in flowing fabrics and detailed work and sequins made more of his collection. The very versatile actress Kangna Ranaut stopped the show for the designer wearing a pristine white low-cut sweetheart neckline dress. She made for a perfect show-stopper that one can have.
Designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock known for their bold and glamorous creations presented a line that was more of chic skirts, dresses, short dresses, gowns and so on in some fine fabrics. Bling, embellishments and sequins added to the collection while use of feathers gave the garments a very futuristic appeal. Actress Sonakshi Sinha walked the ramp wearing a black number that had beads, feathers and silver cut-outs on it.
Asmita Marwa ‘La Vie En Rose’ was inspired by the Woodstock era that had more of the elements oif 60’s and 70’s. A very hippy collection, it comprised of flowy dresses, polka-dot maxis, batik-print shirts in silk, chiffon, cotton and so on. Black, pink, blue, green and red were dominant while the creative hemlines were the highlights of her collection. Rana Daggubati stopped the show wearing a batik print shirt and black dhoti pants.
Designer Wendell Rodricks collection was inspired by the new Blenders Pride celebration pack and hence black was seen more in his collection. Called ‘Fash Splash’, the garments in black had bright colours of red, neon orange, hot pink, golden yellow on them making for a perfect visual treat.Wendell makes sure his garments are fluid and flowy and hence fluid gowns, dresses, tunics, short dress were all on display. Model Evelyn Sharma stopped the show wearing a peach-lavender-neon yellow number that was the best garment of the collection.
The second day of BPFT started with Mandira Wirk’s collection that was perfect for modern brides. Dresses, gowns, maxis, peplum skirts in shades of beige, wine, white, ivory, black, crème with some really interesting 3D embroidery and laser cuts added glam factor to her creations. Actress Esha  Gupta stopped the show for the designer wearing a black shimmery gown and looked million dollars.
‘Romantic Renaissance’ by designer duo Shantanu and Nikhil was an ode to understated luxury of 50s and 60s. The duo used Mughal embroidery and appliqué work with emphasis on textures and layers in their collection. Sari gowns, lehengas, dresses, maxis, shorts, fitted jackets with delicate lace work and sequins looked elegant on the models who sashayed down the ramp. Sania Mirza looked glamorous in a royal blue and gold sequin sari gown as she walked down the ramp and stopped the show.
The dark Side by Neeta Lulla was an all black line inspired from baroque and gothic style statements. Cocktail dresses, gowns, dresses, maxis, kurtas, coats styled like kurtas made from cotton, cotton silks and nets were seen in abundance in this collection. Hint of kalamkari and zardosi added to the charm of the collection. This was one of the rare collections that you can expect from someone like Neeta Lulla. Actress Celina Jaitley stopped the show for the designer wearing a black and gold dress.
Vikram Phadnis’s collection had more and more of ornate skirts, lehengas, jackets, tops, cholis and shararas. The line was very luxurious and colourful with some of the finest tassels and gota-patti work seen lately. The very beautiful Malaika Arora Khan stopped the show for the designer wearing a pretty beige and gold lehengas-choli with chunky emerald jewellery. 
Article Source : Feme Fashions

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