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Six designer talents at LFW's Gen Next Show dazzle audience
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The 22nd batch of six designer talents from the International Institute of Fashion Design (INIFD) at Gen Next Show of Lakmé Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016 dazzled the audience with their high octane creativity and fashion statements. The Gen Next shows by LFW have been the launch pad for top designer brands in the country.

Vaibhav Singh's menswear called 'Hybrid' was a line of sharply cut and tailored garments, which revealed minute detailing, with the colour story being dark and sombre with lead, black, dark rose and tin fills that matched the mood of the coming season.

Gaurav Khanijo's collection 'Morpheus' was a fantasy of Indian handlooms with a vintage touch, inspired by the dragon fly, the bright hues of sun yellow, red and royal blue for double breasted jackets, fitted trousers, button less coats and tunics presented stylish male attire.

Abhishek Paatni presented a premium wear line of prét and bespoke clothing under the 'Nought One' label, thereby giving menswear a stylish twist.

Inspired by Vincent Van Gogh's painting 'Starry Night over Rhone', Anupreet Sidhu brought forth the celestial bodies like The Great Bear into the colour scheme.

Designer Diming Rubu's collection 'The Missing Piece' was a great semi-formal offering, where classic silhouettes came alive on the ramp for the fashion conscious women in the age group 25-40 years.

Paridhi Jaipuria presented a sleek womenswear line called 'Bunai', which created a mélange of garments with a high level of craftsmanship that projected great urban work wear, using specially hand woven fabrics along with crisp Egyptian cottons. (AR)

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