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The Butterfly Effect hits LFW ramp

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Mar '10
Beautiful women's wear by the Myoho label from Kiran and Meghna Agarwal titled “The Butterfly Effect” was a breath taking line of elegant garments.

Soft and feminine the creations floated around the models in fabrics as light as air. Delicate appliqués on silk and prints of beautiful floral motifs, in kaleidoscopic colours like electric blue and fuchsia were embellished with lovely 3D sheen prints while appliqués came in and danced on the fluid feminine garments some with shimmers of gold.

The fragile beauty of the butterfly came alive in the light as air silks in dual shades that complemented each other perfectly. Long and flowing asymmetric gowns in silks with mix of prints, fabrics and colours like beige, rust, blue, jade, brown and saffron created a pleasing presentation of women's summer wear. Front and back contrast fabrics gave the dresses an interesting touch of duality. There was fluidity and a lot of flounce as the dresses glided down the ramp.

It was a breezy feminine collection from Myoho which will appeal to the holiday makers as well as the formal dressers.

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