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The Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 in association with EBixcash was held at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi from October 9 to 13, 2019 where designers unveiled collections for the coming season of 2020.

The fabric choice of the designers was varied as traditional Indian textiles were used with organic fabrics as well as recycled plastic PET bottles—turning them into fashion textiles that will be seen in 2020. Broadly, when it came to colours white played an important role for the summer heat of India while multi-coloured hues of the rainbow were favourites. Prints were exotic with flora and fauna being great inspirations along with embellishments that appeared to add a great sparkle to the ensembles. Meher Castelino reports.

NIDHIKA SHEKHAR
Aimed at the evolving girl, the collection called ‘Periods’ had a strong red phase with the colour palette staying true to red. Fabrics like organzas were in pure white with khadi and red linen highlighting the delicate embroidery and cutwork on the garments.

YOGITA KADAM
With a range called ‘Pranay-Ra’, which blended geometry and symmetry, the colour story was yellow iris with traditional thread work of pearls and sequins that were handcrafted on pure silk and organza.


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