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LFW floats with Kommal's 'Champagne Bubbles' line
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Mar '14
It was celebration time at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014 when Kommal Sood unveiled her collection called “Champagne Bubbles”. 
 
Aimed at the resort and holiday dresser, the luxurious line was in muted tones which moved to ivory, taupe, champagne and then glittering gold and grey. Lush silk laces, specially woven for the collection dazzled with the bubble inspired clusters of embellishments, shimmering with Swarovski crystals.
 
Keeping the silhouette fluid and flowing with the long sheer fabrics over shimmering minis, Kommal offered several options like the sequinned willpower mini, the metallic cutaway shoulder dress, mirror work bodice gown, silver sheeting creation, grey toga and the empire-line maxi with crystal encrusted bodice. Minis had long draped panels swirling around them while tulle skirts were glamorously floating over thigh-high dresses.
 
Fabrics were textured cleverly to achieve a level of detailing that was delicately executed. Drapes were exquisite in form and structure for the every chic creation, while the sensuous fabrics added that touch of elegance. 
 
Gliding in confidently to end the show was the very effervescent Kalki Koechlin in a glittering sequinned gold gown.
 
For a versatile scintillating fashion story Kommal Sood’s “Champagne Bubbles” will keep stylish women in the best of spirits wherever they go.
 

Lakmé Fashion Week


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