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Designer Karishma's 'Lotus Sutr' wafts summer wind on LFW
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Mar '14
Karishma Jamwal under her ‘Lotus Sutr’ showcased an elegant, ethereal range inspired by Egyptian and Persian aesthetics and culture at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014. 
 
The designer worked with surface textures along with embellishments comprising old coins and keys on luxurious fabrics like lightweight chiffon and silk fabric to give her collection a breezy-summery vibe.  
 
Bright hues of pop saffron, olive, pale blue, sunny yellow, ash beige and cream graced flowing silhouettes with soft cuts reminiscent of desert sand dunes. 
 
Dresses, long tops, sleeveless jackets, shrugs, cloaks, dhoti skirts and trousers gave her line an Indo-Western appeal. It was further enhanced with fabric accents, material beadwork, deep necklines, gathers, pleats, layers and subtle urban stylised prints.
 
A mustard toned kaftan with heavy work around the neck and muted prints was a statement piece that beautifully showcased the designer’s skill. 
 
Modern yet traditional, bold and beautiful Karishma Jamwal’s label ‘Lotus Sutr’ is sure to leave any urban woman wanting more. 

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