Bangalore’s fashion aficionados were in for a visual treat last weekend with Kingfisher Ultra Style Week Bangalore’s debut launch in the city. The fashion extravaganza in collaboration with Storm Fashion Company was a three day fiesta held from July 25th – 27th at Le Meridien. The city witnessed an unparalleled benchmark of diverse, creative and exquisite designs from 10 renowned designers from across the country. The gorgeous and talented Raai Laxmi was the style ambassador for this exhilarating fashion event.The first day of the debut season featured prominent designers Manoviraj Khosla, Mona Pali and Sarwari Anam & Pooja Raju showcasing their elegant and elite collections. The show opened with Mona Pali’s stunning ethnic collection “Swaran Kamal”, which urged the audiences to be more sensitized in the wake of the recent violence against women. This was followed by Sarwari Anam & Pooja Raju’s enchanting indo-western collection. When it comes to making an impact, less is more and that’s what the collection emphasized.The grand finale saw Manoviraj Khosla showcase his exquisite collection ‘Life’ while Bangalore’s most touted music group, One Nite Stand, serenaded the models and wrapped up the first day of Kingfisher Ultra Style Week Bangalore through an avant-garde show. Raai Laxmi, Erica Fernandes, Sawar Ali and Zulfi Sayed were among the glitterati who sizzled the ramp on day one. Kingfisher Ultra Style Week Bangalore’s highly anticipated day two kicked off with a phenomenal opening from prominent designer Mumtaz Khan, followed by ace designers Hari Anand and Sanjana Jon at the mesmerizing fashion extravaganza.The curtains rose with Mumtaz Khan showcasing his exotic collection “Bliss” that exemplified his trademark style of infusing vibrant, tribal prints in cotton and eco-friendly fabrics. South India’s prominent designer Hari Anand took over the show with his trail blazing aesthetic collection “Alchemy”. Inspired by the process of fabricating gold out of dull elements, the scintillating bridal collection represented the slow infusion of luminous gold into dark tones. The grand finale designer Sanjana Jon dedicated her collection to the cause of “Stop violence against women”.The renowned designer was inspired by radiating golden light that represents youth, womanhood and joy. Walking the ramp with great panache on this eventful day were Vani Ganapathy, Jayaram Karthik, Sanjjanaa and more. #KFUltraShowStopper, a platform for people to live the experience of a showstopper right from perfect makeup to scintillating designer ensembles, brought two young consumers on to the ramp at Hari Anand’s show. The winners Mahak Brahmawar & Himanshu Ahuja glittered as they sashayed down the ramp radiating an aura of elegance and style.As the curtains were drawn on the Kingfisher Ultra Style Week Bangalore, renowned designers Poonam Vohra, Agni Mitra Paul, Jattinn Kochhar and Rocky S presented the perfect ode to Bangalore’s debut launch of the most premium fashion showcase the city has yet witnessed. Opening the show on a festive note was Poonam Vohra with her exclusive “Utsav” collection. Following this, Kolkata based designer Agni Mitra Paul presented her ‘Woman of Substance’ collection inspired by the contemporary independent Indian woman who represents a perfect blend of sensuality, elegance and grace.To match the mood of the fabulous evening, Jattinn Kochhar revealed the splendour of his “Bleeding Lust” collection that created a fashion stir in the hearts of all fashionistas. The grand finale saw Rocky S showcase his ultra-glam “Rocky Star-Resort” collection. Recreating the aura and grandeur of natural beauty in fashion, there was a large dose of lavish opulence in the feminine couture creations. Tanvi Vyas, Parvathy Omanakuttan, Simran Kaur Mundi & Evelyn Sharma were some of the celebrities that dazzled the ramp leaving the audience awe-struck. True to Kingfisher’s motto ‘The Emperor of Good Times’, an evening at Kingfis
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