Sculpted designs and Kareena Kapoor bowled everyone over at Gaurav Gupta’s spectacular grand finale for Lakmé Fashion Week 2015

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Kareena Kapoor Khan at the Lakme Grand Finale by Gurav Gupta

Gaurav Gupta created a world of fantasy, sculpted structures and silhouettes for the grand finale of Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015 at Mehboob Studios. Bollywood actor Kareena Kapoor Khan added grandeur and glamour to Gaurav’s creations.

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The spectacular Lakme Grand Finale show

The stunning show had a magnificent white giant sculpture of a gorgeous women rising from the centre of a circular stage around which the spectators were seated. A flight of stairs amongst the white stage décor created the mood for a breath-taking opening.

Kareena Kapoor, Khan, Lakme, fashion show, grand finale, couture, Gaurav Gupta Couturier Gaurav Gupta’s designs were were minimal yet vibrant with moondown gray, albatross black, showtime ivory and reminiscent red. The silhouettes, colours, embroidery and sculpted fabrics were just breathtaking. Gupta’s models strutted down the runway with well-defined matte and crème lips in a stunning palette of rich plums, deep reds and feminine pinks from the new Lakmé Absolute face collection.

Tarun Tahiliani presented an eclectic line at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015

Tarun Tahiliani, designer, Lakme Fashion Week, winter, fashion, ramp, IndianFashion’s darling Tarun Tahiliani showed a line of easy silhouettes that featured kaftans, tunics, shift dresses, capes, capelets, jumpsuits and saris against a backdrop of a very stylish video featuring model and Bollywood actress Lisa Haydon modelling Tarun’s collection.

International model Ujjwala Raut opened the show with a looped black will-powered midi, which was followed by a great mix of black creations with occasional bursts of colour.

Tarun Tahiliani, designer, Lakme Fashion Week, Indian, ramp, fashion, Indian wear, couture The line had exotic prints with a marked Russian influence of vibrant stripes and the tribal gypsy elements. The black and white striped cascading top and the asymmetric kurta with leggings, will-power corset dress, the black dhoti sari and choli brought a great fusion story. A maroon jumpsuit with embroidered printed belt and lungi dress were interesting diversions.

Some interesting variations seen on the ramp were the jumpsuit-sari, which looked easy to step into and and zip up, kedia style blouses with skirts, satin draped lungi cowl gowns, saris with velvet obe belts and printed tees with satin dhotis.

Tarun Tahiliani at LFW WF 2015 (71)Chitrangada Singh brought a glamourous end to the show in a black draped gown and velvet cape splashed with gold embellishments.