LFW S/R 2014 ~ Payal Singhal
Attended the Payal Singhal show at Lakme Fashion Week on the 13th of March 2014 and overhead several guests raving about the designs at the end of the show. Attendees described the collection as wearable, feminine, dreamy as well as romantic as well as I couldn't agree more.
As I mentioned in my earlier post on the collection: Staying true to her love for prints, the designer lends character to this collection as well with a series of signature prints inspired by French Moroccan culture and architecture from the period in history when the French occupied Morocco.
The muted sand, grey, rose and pale blue creations are executed in tulle, linen and silk, as an ode to the bygone era that represented the cultural crossroad of Marrakech. "The intricate patterns of Moroccan filigree work are incorporated in detailed embroidery in beaten silver, gold and salmon Kora."
The highlights of the collection for me (and there were many) were the linen shirt dress, the print on print combinations, churidars layered with skirts paired with the crop tops and the shimmery and the sheer lehenga skirts.
Neha Dhupia played the perfect show-stopper and a host of famous faces were spotted in the front row.
Front Row At The Payal Singhal Show
Watch the Sailex/Payal Singhal Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2014 Runway Show