New Delhi, Oct 20 (IANSlife): Bollywood actor Kartik Aryan will likely be seen strolling a digital runway for designer Manish Malhotra on the first digital Lakme Style Week (LFW) version on Tuesday.
Manish Malhotra and LFW have partnered to assist artisans by a fund-raising opening present presentation during which he will likely be showcasing his assortment that goals to revive indigenous craftsmen and artisans’ sluggish and purist workmanship. The road-up is impressed by “majesty of old-world regalia and takes the freedom to re-interpret the look in a extra appropriate palette for contemporary tastes.”
The occasion will see many different Bollywood actors strolling the digital ramp. Actress and dancer Sandeepa Dhar will stroll for designer Kaveri Lalchand, who will launch her assortment impressed the state of Bengal on the Sustainable Style Day of the occasion on October 22.
Diana Penty will sashay the ramp adorning ensembles designed by Disha Patil on Day 4 of LFW on October 24. Patil will launch her assortment ‘The Labyrinth’ impressed by sacred geometry and fueled by poetry is the right providing for the brand new age bride.
Actor Aparshakti Khurrana may even be strolling the digital runway on Day 4 together with the debutant showstopper Radhika Madan. The duo will likely be sporting ensembles from the ‘Neo – Phulkari’ assortment by designer duo Sukriti and Aakriti. Their assortment is impressed by the historical past of Punjab and tries to revive the normal handicraft.
Day 5 will see Athiya Shetty setting strutting down the digital ramp as muse for designer Aisha Rao who has created the gathering holding the idea of zero waste in thoughts.
The finale present by designer Rimzim Dadu and Saaksha and Kinni may have actress Mrunal Thakur who will carry the curtain of LFW down. Dadu will likely be seen experimenting along with her signature metallic cords and metal wires, exploring floral and geometrics.
Designer duo Saaksha & Kinni’s showcase will concentrate on the Banjara tribe. It’s going to spotlight the well-known Banjara stone prints, their bandhani; thread work and iconic utilization of mirrors and cash – the Lambadi.