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Label 'Love from India' shows trendy outfits at LFW
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Mar '14
‘Love from India’ unveiled a ready-to-wear collection ‘ALL THE WAY’ for women who are youthful, at their trendy best and on the go. The line comprised contemporary silhouettes that were high on style yet easy to breathe in, that gave it a realistic setting. 
 
The creative brains behind the label are the brand’s head designer and director Ms Nidhi Agarwal and Director Mr Jayesh Khatri whose vision was to capture in one’s mind, India’s evergreen beauty through the label. Models swayed to the peppy music and mood created, clad in their cotton silk and cotton viscose outfits that were digitally printed. 
 
The simplicity and diversity of the cities and trees of India served as a source of inspiration in the youthful creations. The silhouettes had a colossal range of ready-to-wear, from tunics and palazzos to maxi dresses. 
 
‘Love from India’ did not restrict itself to garments alone, but also has an exciting range of matching bags, shoes, scarves and jewellery. The colour palette was a series of splashy pastel shades that had an interesting look due to the overlay of translucent sequins over the cotton base. Fringed jewellery, ornate headbands, bright hued makeup and wedges completed the trendy look of the ensembles. 
 
The showstopper was model and actress Karishma Tanna who looked gorgeous in a flowing printed maxi dress. The label left a promising mark on the viewers, assuring that it was a brand that they will love all the way.
 

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