Actress Prachi Desai and Gauhar Khan turned show-stopper at the Lakme Fashion Week here.
Known for her exotic red carpet creations worn by Bollywood stars, Sonaakshi Raaj presented her collection ‘A Broadway Affair’ on day four of the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014 here.
It was a collection of skirts teamed up with cropped tops, high waist pants with bustier, gowns, pre-stitched draped saris with corsets, lacy blouses, halter gold bustier in shades of white, beige, light blue and tomato red.
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Wearing a stunning corset and moulded draped sari, Prachi turned the showstopper for Sonaakshi.
Another designer Ken Ferns created a floral fantasy for his garments through his collection called ‘Secret Garden’. The silhouettes were utterly feminine with cropped tops, pleated shorts, floppy sleeves for asymmetric tunics, maxi skirts teamed with blouses for women. Men’s wear was a line-up of shorts, printed pants, shirts and muscle sleeved tunics.
He made use of colours like blue, white, turquoise, green, pink and lime green. Ken had Gauhar, who wore a printed corset with a long pencil skirt seductively slit at the back.