16th Sept 2013
Yep, I’m a few weeks late with this but ohh Well! It’s a collection that’s still worth sharing!
Payal Singhal’s Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive collection was a collection of two parts. The first part was an exciting mash up of traditional shapes which were given a further edge with graphic prints in a palette of blush tones and inky blacks. The second part was more in keeping with the pretty Indo-Western aesthetic she’s known for and will keep fans happy but as you can tell it was the first part that wowed me- so here I am sharing those images!
And as for inspiration- the collection was inspired by the symmetry and the relationship between nature and architecture found in ‘Char Bagh’ which translates as four gardens and refers to the Persian style of garden where the space is divided into four equal parts by either a walkway or water channels. The most famous example is the Taj Mahal.
I think this outfit is just so chic.
Shibani Dandekar looks fab in this graphic crop and high waist pant
And if the Style Queen herself Sonam Kapoor’s loving it you know it rocks!
Images: Payal Singhal Facebook
Love the colours and the prints in this collection! The black ghagra is gorgeous!
Hey Nigar, I agree the colour palette is lovely.
It’s so different. I love the prints just not sure about all the black.
Hi all you can buy this collection exclusively at Bibi London
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