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Designer Surya flashes lyrical collection on LFW ramp
19
Mar '14
As the lights flashed on the ramp, Surya Sarkar unveiled his very lyrical collection called “Song of the Little Road” at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014.
 
Inspired by the ethereal beauty of life, which is a wonderful journey, Surya wove his inspirations into stately gowns, dresses, saris, jackets and then added intricate drapes to highlight the garments. 
 
When it came to colours, the palette was a symphony of vibrant hues like blue, gold, skin, pale yellow, dull orange and white which were perfectly blended with Indian motifs and cotton as the favoured fabric.
 
Opening the show with a tonal appliquéd romper, the show moved to sleeveless jacket and pencil skirt, sheer grey gown with strategically placed embroidery, a mini sheath with cutwork bolero and a pink rear wrap dress. A single sari was beautiful with silver border and an ornate choli. 
 
Men’s wear was basic with one-button jackets in shades of blue and white with tonal embroidery to match the collection’s embellishments.
 
The show stopper was Bollywood star Sonal Chauhan in a beige mini which had lavish embroidery.
 
For fabulously embroidered garments that put a song in one’s heart, Surya Sarkar’s collection called “Song of the Little Road” was indeed a fashion symphony on the ramp. 
 

Lakmé Fashion Week


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