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LFW cherishes 'Nocturnal Discourse' by Little Shilpa
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Mar '14
Little Shilpa presented a remarkable presentation of nocturnal discourse ‘Vesper Bloom’ at the Jabong Stage, Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014. Her over the top headgear and accessories distorted one’s illusion and perspective, which remained true to her one-of-a-kind signature style. 
 
A promo screened aroused the curiosity of the audience regarding the inspiration that the creative designer was about to stun the gathering. 
 
Her stand-out pieces were a melancholy of elements sourced from creepy dark fantasies. Models walked on stage in an abrupt and unusual manner, revealing their looks with the flash of a torch. The silhouettes remained pitch black and were in sync with the accessories that underwent a transformation. 
 
The models were adorned in headgear, neckpieces and brooches that were transformed from a creative amalgamation of black lace, feathers, animal’s hair, fringes, layers of net and foliage. 
 
Oversized eye masks, an interpretation of the oxygen mask and big lips were also a highlight that was unconventional. The makeup was somewhat neutral with a dust of red glitter on the eyes and pale pink lips. 
 
Little Shilpa’s “Vesper Bloom” made an unforgettable impact on the audience, which will win her even more admirers during the coming season and globally.
 

Lakmé Fashion Week


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