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Jyotsna debuts at LFW with glittering outfits
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Mar '14
For the Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014 season, Jyotsna Tiwari made her maiden appearance with a fashion extravaganza. From easy-to-wear, pre-draped sari gowns to playful printed creations, Jyotsna offered the fashionably adventurous women many options when holidaying by the sea.
 
For brides who long for beach weddings that spell glamour on the sand, sea and under the moonlight, the designer created luxuriously embroidered gowns and cocktail dresses. 
 
Jyotsna opened the show with a printed line of gowns teamed with lacy backs, will-power, halter silhouettes and kaftans with one shoulder interest. For the ethnic dresser, the saris in beige or black had printed pleats, borders and blouses.
 
For midnight glamour, Jyotsna upped the style quotient by unleashing stunning draped sari-gowns worn with gold corsets or bustiers and a gorgeous line of fishtail layered net maxis with ornate bodices, cut-out backs or feminine peplums.
 
To match the sensuous but sophisticated look of her creations Jyotsna brought on the ramp the very sexy, seductive, Sunny Leone who glided down the catwalk in a figure hugging layered fish-tail net gown covered in glittering crystals. 
 
Here was style and sophistication of a very high order as gorgeous colours and stunning embellishments spelt timeless appeal. When it comes to making a dazzling resort wear fashion statement, Jyotsna Tiwari presented the perfect collection.
 

Lakmé Fashion Week


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