It was a feminine, frothy, versatile collection from Nishka Lulla presented by trendy handbag brand, Caprese at LFW S|R 2018.
Caprese For Trendsetters
When it comes to handbags, the Caprese brand has a loyal following of fashion trendsetters.
Speaking about the new collection, Mr. Sudip Ghose, SVP, VIP Industries Ltd, said,
“The Caprese brand is dedicated to bringing international high-fashion handbags and accessories to Indian women and this Spring/Summer collection from Caprese has been designed to appeal to every modern Indian woman who deserves the best of everything in life.”
Caprese’s latest Spring/Summer ’18 collection offered a brilliant mix of high fashion and functionality. Crafted in modern contemporary silhouettes with a fresh and vivid colour palette consisting of both pleasing pastels and bold favourite. The collection offered a handbag for every occasion and need of today’s modern woman.
This new collection from Caprese comprised a wide array of handbags like elegant totes, timeless satchels, sophisticated hobos, smart sling bags, functional laptop bags, and trend-setting backpacks along with awe-inspiring small accessories like chic wallets and clutches.
Nishka Lulla’s Flowing Boho Chic Collection
To match the stylish handbags, Nishka’s Summer/Resort 2018 collection was aimed at confident women who want to dress in rainbow colours, fabrics and feminine fashion.
The fabric choice was ideal as crêpe, tulle, georgette and cotton were selected in a pretty palette of pastels that moved to black, white and sand. For more excitement, Nishka brought in bright orange, bubble-gum pink and lime green to match the sunny summer days ahead.
Embellishments remained true to the Boho Chic signature look of Nishka, as tassels, mirror work and motifs added a breezy vibe to the clothes.
Opening the show with an ivory tasselled sleeve tunic with wide pants, Nishka brought in a pale green pant suit with red floral motifs. The coat dress too, had tasselled sleeves but the fuchsia hoodie and shorts were worn with a cropped top..
The all-black section once again stayed true to the tassels for blouses but the jumpsuit over tulle long-sleeved nude blouse, embroidered sheath and the ornate embroidered pant under a black long gown, gave evening wear a formal direction. Bright orange was the final offering for a tiered maxi and long skirt with a black summer camisole.
When it came to the show stopper, it was the very perky and vivacious Saiyami Kher who made a glamorous entry in a fuchsia tiered skirt and a mirror work blouse.
The look created by Lakmé makeup expert Donald Simrock kept it super fresh in tandem with the season’s theme of reinventing nudes.