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Traditional Meets Trendy at LFW!

Looking for style tips on how to dress this season? Here's the Aza Trend Report from Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015. Earth tones and a muted palette dominated the runway, and we saw a beautiful amalgamation of modern silhouettes with traditional elements.


The moulded sari got a stylish twist with a unique drape, a wide metal belt and swept back hair to finish off the look.


The Grecian goddess got a sexy revamp by combining a flared maxi skirt with a barely there choli and metal arm cuffs.



Payal Singhal clearly caters to the current global modern woman. She combined contemporary geometric motifs in pale rose and dramatic black in the softest fabrics.


MANISH MALHOTRA : The Gentleman’s Club

The standard suit got a touch of tradition with floral zardosi embroidery on a velvet base, as part of ‘The Gentleman’s Club’.


DIVYA SHETH: Kalam Putli

Hand painted and contemporary woven silhouettes with traditional gota and dabka embroidery and a modern maangtika.



A culturally rich collection with interesting use of color, prints, and patterns, giving off a bohemian vibe.



Reinventing old world charm with eco-friendly clothing and accessories, to be carried gracefully at any age. 


MYOHO : Maisa

Myoho’s impeccable drapes added a hint of mystery with sheers on a muted palette. Take cues from this collection on how to team a classic shirt with a somber sari.


VASUNDHARA: Blurred Lines

Here’s how traditional accents can be a crowd turner when paired with a flowy black gown.


AM:PM : Siyah

East meets West: This stylish collection uses ornate traditional mukaish work on modern silhouettes. Saris are paired with peplum tops, kurtas with tulip pants, and high low hem tunics with palazzos.



An ode to the urban traveler who is constantly on the move, and for whom style and comfort are of equal importance. Here’s how you can pair organic khadi with cotton or linen separates.



The designer adds flair to this ombre sand and rose pink satin sari by pairing it with a versatile, floral embroidered jacket.


NIKASHA: Indira Et Amrita

The sari gets a flapper twist: Nikasha redefines evening-chic by pairing a sleek sari with tassel detailing. She completes her look with long dangling earrings and hair accessories,reminiscent of the roaring 20’s.


ANUSHREE REDDY: The Oasis at Sunset

The new age bride gets a fresh floral look with Anushree Reddy’s whimsical lehengas, paired with youthful crop tops and deep neck cholis.


ARPITA MEHTA: The Golden Hour

Arpita Mehta showed us how to add glitz and glamour to traditional style, creating an ultra-modern festive look.



Eat your veggies and wear them too! Aartivijay Gupta started a hot new trend this season with her avant-garde prints that combine classic checks with fruits and vegetables in a trendy basket of colors.