Designer Neha Agarwal is known for her flowy, vintage yet modern evening wear. Her silhouettes exhibit the illusory romantic, floral ornamentation and dynamic hues. This is her first season at Lakme Fashion Week.
Her showcasing collection at the upcoming Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014 is called ‘Mille Fleurs’ – A thousands flowers, is a celebration of magnificent miscellanea of seventeenth century’s regal petit point embroidery and well defined contemporary silhouettes. The collection scrupulously defines the brand philosophy of urban styles, radiant hues and experiments with textiles and textures, yet opulent in ornamentation and appeal. Petite point embroidery was a favourite leisure time activity of Madame de Maintenon, the second wife of King Louis XIV of France.
The design flow from figure flattering western twisters to enchanting indo-western fusion and creates the most idiosyncratic vision. The authentic Indian organic tussar, ahimsa, gicha and muga silk are presented with the unconventional quilting details creating a splendid evening essential. Western fusion is here to create the most idiosyncratic vision.
‘It is a pleasure being a part of this Lakme season as this is going to be my first season, I am really excited and I look forward to it. I’ve put in a lot of hard work and effort – I await this beautiful journey.’ says the young designer, Neha Agarwal.