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Designer Shubhika debuts with gleaming accessories at LFW
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Mar '14
Making her debut at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014 Shubhika Davda presented her collection called “ROAR” under her label “Papa don’t Preach”. The spotlight was on intricate hand crafted trendy accessories that recreated traditional Indian touches with a twist. 
 
Metal, thread work, embroideries and hand beading were the highlights of the collection. The line of jewellery displayed metal harnesses, chained shoulder harnesses, belts, and brooches for the waist as well as very interesting embellished suspenders. Shubhika moved away from the beaten path of jewellery and offered a more New Age concept to the Indian woman. 
 
Strands of chains were draped over shoulders, neckpieces added to the glitter of halter dresses, glitzy yokes with chains, rustic belts, cross body ornaments, suspenders, rigid armours with tribal necklaces and cummerbunds as well as breast plates attached to shoulders were totally arresting items on the ramp. A half garment in leather with gleaming ornaments was a unique offering to the woman who dares to make a show stopping entry.
 
Adding that stylish factor to her jewellery Shubhika Davda’s collection will definitely cause a fashionable “ROAR” on the global racks.

Lakmé Fashion Week


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