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Four accessory designers show amazing creativity at LFW
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Mar '10
Four Accessory Designers showed amazing creativity for bags, jewellery and shoes at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010.

It was an exciting show where four accessory designers came together to present a variety of creations for bags, jewellery, accessories and shoes meant for the Summer/Resort 2010 season at Lakmé Fashion Week

Eina Ahluwalia
Jewellery can also be divided into two sections and given two distinct looks as Eina Ahluwalia did for her Show “Breathing Space”. The “Truth” collection comprised of the most exquisite agate and fretwork in silver combined with semi precious stones. Adding on corals, jaspers, citrine, amethyst and calcite the necklaces with rings, cuffs and bracelets were a visual treat with the large abstract designs. The “Sunset in Nice” line was a mix of scarves with silver bringing together fabric with metal to give a new perspective to necklaces. Semi precious stones, shells and silver ended with a frothy orange organza and silver neckpiece that was truly eye-catching. Eina Ahluwalia created one of the most interesting accessory lines with striking innovations.

Malini Agarwalla Of Malaga Showed Her Flamore Collection
Presenting a colourful line of bags, totes and clutches teamed with beautiful belts, necklaces and shoes, the “Flamore” line by Malini Agarwalla for her label Malaga was a feast for the eyes. Using crafts like vibrant embroidery in floral patterns the multi hued leather was used as appliqués on soft nappa in shades of white and ecru for day time and gold and silver for formal glamour. Shoes added to the beauty of the bags as flats, stilettos and wedges in gold and silver were accessorized with flowers and sashes. Gold chains gave a touch of class to the collection. Clothes for the jewellery, bags and shoes were by James Ferreira and actress Simone Singh the showstopper glided in with a gold clutch with leather appliqué and crystals, a stunning necklace and gold and silver stilettos The “Flamore” collection fitted perfectly into the Summer/Resort 2010 look as the designs moved effortlessly from dawn to dusk.

Sonali Dalwani
Sonali Dalwani of Crimzon was inspired by the Papillion or butterfly for her collection of jewellery, shoes, bags and belts and the result was a multi-coloured line with the butterfly motifs flitting on the bags and necklaces. Large duffels, clutches and totes had beautiful embroidery while the jewellery was a mix of bobbles, tassels and stones. The colours ranged from green, purple, blue, red, orange and yellow and appliqués gave the bags a beautiful theme. The footwear comprising wedges matched the morning wear collection. For night time glamour it was black Lurex with woollen tassels, gold mesh teamed with large gem stone belts and stylish Roman sandals. The show stopper MTV VJ, Anushka Dandekar, carried a technicolor butterfly embellished beach bag with matching jewellery and high heel shoes. A really glamorous and colourful line for the hot months.


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