Published On: Aug, 24, 201909:52 AM
Mrunal wore a mulberry silk, ivory, gold lehenga with ornate embroidery, teamed by a bandhgala, full sleeve top.
Aggarwal, who is known for engineering recycled products in the garments he designs, has this time tied up with R-Elan, to create the grandeur pieces in fluid, free flowing fabrics.
Six rising designers coming from different parts of the country showcased their contemporary collections inspired by regional traditional wears marked their debut on the LFW ramp with the Gen Next...
A mix of Indian as well as western silhouettes, the collection was rendered in fabrics like cotton, silk, wool, velvet and tulle.
The collection plays around the beauty giant's statement about freedom of expression, #FreeYourLips.
Their fiercely feminine Finale collection will draw inspiration from the 'power dressing of the 80s to the golden era, reflecting styles which are fun, free and light'
The discussion, which took place at the Crafts Museum here, was organised by the Fashion Design Council of India and Ministry of Textiles.
The green fibre ingredient- Lenzing Ecovero,will be showcased for the first time at the LFW, which begins August 21.
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