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The Meraki Project Showcased a Youthful Collection at 6 Degree Studio During LAKMÉ Fashion Week W/F 2017

the-meraki-project-at-w_f-2017-lakme-fashion-week-3Inspired by the carefree life of children, the innocence was clearly seen in the ‘Little Hearts’ collection by Sonali Pamnani for her label ‘The Meraki Project’ at 6Degree Studio Lakmé Fashion Week W/F 2017. The ambiance of the show was very childlike as the models hopped, skipped and jumped in and also sat on swings as they enjoyed and relived their childhood. Using a profusion of vibrant hues and really cute silhouettes, there was intricate detailing and surface texturing that livened up the almost fairy tale like presentation.

the-meraki-project-at-w_f-2017-lakme-fashion-week-7Beautiful quotes and paintings were drawn by children were printed on the garments with a little embroidery added to give an edgy look. Polka dots along with prints of tigers and elephants were embossed on the pockets of the silhouettes that although looked childlike marked a very interesting and a new trend setting concept. Yet, the fabric story was mature and full-bodied as tussar, crushed silk and organic cotton came on the ramp on the basis of the ensembles.

the-meraki-project-at-w_f-2017-lakme-fashion-week-10A firm believer in zero wastage, Sonali ensured that left over ikat materials from her previous collections was put to good use and up-cycled as lining for the garments – a truly clever and socially conscious thought. Making a striking appearance on the catwalk was the black midi with a matching, easy, jacket peppered with checks and childlike doodle embroidery. The grey, cropped, loose, pants were worn with a matching blouse and contrasted with a long, green, gilet. the-meraki-project-at-w_f-2017-lakme-fashion-week-15The muted, yellow, midi and checked waistcoat had a party perfect vibe with childish drawings turned into embellishments.

Sanya Malhotra, the showstopper walked in playfully as she swung with her garment in a very peppy manner. Sanya in a beautiful grey knotted jacket with quotes like “Saving the World” on its sleeves, “Super Woman” on the back and childlike drawings turned her into a chic trendsetter. Teamed up with a black skirt with floral appliqués Sanya Malhotra’s silhouette was a definite head turner.



Mehreen Pirzadaa Spotted Wearing Pink City by Sarika

Mehreen Pirzadaa in Pink City

Mehreen Pirzadaa spotted wearing the “Silk top and dhoti teamed with Mothra tie-up dupatta” by Pink City by Sarika.

This exquisite festive ensemble is all about detailed Gota embroidery on saturated tones.It is funky,very easy to wear and can be your go to outfit for any festive occasion.

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Shilpa Shetty Kundra wearing Devnaagri

Designer: Devnaagri

Outfit info: Aqua gota embroidered peplum kurta & sharara

Event: Youtube Channel video shoot

Styled by: Sanjana Batra

Check Out Taapsee Pannu wearing Sameer Madan

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Kiehl’s 14th store in Select CityWalk

The brand motive of Kiehl’s vision is the ‘try before you buy’ initiative. Allowing their patrons to try products before they purchase, this 92-year old initiative has won hearts and has led to loyal clientele over the years.

Kiehl’s journey from humble beginnings in 1851 as an old apothecary in New York’s East Village neighbourhood to 250 stores around the world including 13 flagship stores in India is one which deserves attention and applause.

Jim Sarbh at Kiehl's Select Citywalk

The event was honoured by Kiehl’s advocate and Bollywood actor Jim Sarbh. He was present at this celebratory occasion and talked with the media about his journey with Kiehl’s India and his favourites from the brand.

Kiehl’s old-world, customer-centric heritage has been at the heart of every product and service debut over the company’s 169-year history – from ingredient research and formula safety testing to localized store decors.

One goal is always front of mind: to serve patrons in an attentive, educational environment that offers the company’s tried-and-true skincare products enjoyed by customers the world over.

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‘Utpala’ Summer Collection by Mrunalini Rao’s

‘Utpala’ is a summer collection inspired by the serene lotus. The beauty of this ethereal flower is reinterpreted by the designer into an abstract work of art. The Utpala Collection flaunts a colour palette that is directly derived from the real essence of the flower and its surroundings

Each piece in the collection is crafted with a reverence for traditional artistry and showcases elements such as hand zardozi embroidery, thread embellishments and appliqué. The collection also features hand-painted prints in captivating colours of purple, pink, yellow and green. Bringing sheen and richness to the collection are silks, organzas, chiffons and tulle in flamboyant flares and layers

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