The fifth edition of Bombay Times Fashion Week, presented by Bombay Realty kicked off with a special curtain raiser show in which ace designer Neeta Lulla presented her collection to celebrate magnetic aura of the Millennial women. New age Bollywood sensation Nora Fatehi walked the ramp as a showstopper for the designer.
Neeta Lulla took runway for a splendid showcase of unique ensemble crafted as ode to Millennial woman power. Every look of the collection was strutted by eminent and dynamic young woman achievers across the fields.
“I always love the energy that the Next Gen gets along. It’s such an amazing opportunity to dress the millennial stars. Neo-Indian regalia forms the core inspiration for the collection, where every look designed celebrates the re-imagined luxury exuded by the modern monarch.” says Neeta.
Adding about her collection, Lulla says “The collection showcases a assorted hues of metallic viz., silver, grey and gold, pastel and marsala transcends into midnight blue and raven black. Characterised by Edwardian necklines, ruffles, frills and pleats the silhouettes are cylindrical yet soft in its form, balancing with circular sleeves in sheer fabrics like tulle and lace making the ensembles look intense and sensuous. Transparency of organza, lacy textures fused with technology add to the romance saga. Usage of traditional baroque pearl inform of Indian embroidery with crystals make the collection refined and graceful.”
“The collection is a conscious attempt to curate trends rooted in our country’s rich, diverse and dynamic textile and craft reservoir.”
“I always love the energy that the Gen Next gets along. It’s such an amazing opportunity to dress the millennial stars. I work with celebrities day in and out but what I look forward to interact and create amazing statements on the Millennial wonders who have achieved so much success and fame in their respective fields and are inspirational in many ways .It surely would be presentation of new age fashion at the curtain raiser of Bombay Times Fashion Week.” says Neeta Lulla.
Commenting on the association with Bombay Times, Ashutosh Khatawkar, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Bombay Realty said; “Bombay Realty is very pleased to associate with Bombay Times Fashion Week and Neeta Lulla in bringing the power of fashion to connect with aficionados and bring the moments to life. It basically aligns with the philosophy of Bombay Realty as our aim too is to elevate the codes of uber luxury.”
Bombay Times Fashion Week main event will be held from 11-13 October at the iconic Island City Center in South Mumbai.