Stylish, off the ramp
A full house for Masaba
Day 5 opens with the Accessory Show
The Grand Finale
Androgyny and Monochrome
And guess who made an appearance
Reinventing the classics
Abstract and anti-fits
Welcome to the Space Age
Florals and pinks for men
The India Modern Festive celebration continued off the ramp as fashion enthusiasts got creative and experimental by mixing their modernistic looks, with a twist of 'Indian'.
Inspired by the bold, vivid colours of New York, Masaba's collection was snazzy, bright and nothing short of celebratory. Seen here: Athiya Shetty walks out with the young designer.
Season 4 of AIFW welcome a new entrant to the schedule. Seen here: a statement ear and neckpiece from Felix Bendish.
Live folk music, gold lights, and a Kathak dance performance. Guru JJ Valaya and Shishya Alpana & Neeraj showcased an opulent Grand Finale, with their translation of India Modern Festive: luxurious, royal outfits resplendent with nomadic, metallic details.
Specific colour palettes for monochrome looks and easy separates for achieving the androgynous effect dominated the ramp on the first two days. Seen here: pieces from Huemn's showcase.
Ileana D'Cruz looked as every bit of gorgeous as the accessories she wore, courtesy Whatever by Abhishek and Shrruti.
Classic essentials like the hoodie gets a makeover. Seen here: a piece from Malini Ramani.
Pankaj & Nidhi's take on abstract art was woven into a gorgeous amalgamation of prints and textures.
Constructed silhouettes with flowy fabrics in colours of silver, shimmery gold, ice blues were seen from Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna's showcase. The set-up matched the Space Age theme with models walking the ramp around an assortment of mirrors.
Tarun Tahiliani and Sid Tytler showcased some great pieces from the menswear collection, by fusing floral prints and festive wear. Seen here: floral festive wear from Sid Tytler.