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A glam day 2 at India Fashion Week set in tone with Ethnic Diversity at the delightful shows by Jenjum Gadi, Anuradha Kuli and Munkee. See. Munkee. Doo

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A glam day 2 at India Fashion Week set in tone with Ethnic Diversity at the delightful shows by Jenjum Gadi, Anuradha Kuli and Munkee. See. Munkee. Doo

Second day at Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week became the talk of the town with the beautifully presented ethnic diversity. Special focus on menswear has never gone unnoticed in the industry and so did the collection of Jenjum Gadi came forefront. With stripes ruling the stage and presenting statement outits, Munkee.See.Munkee.Doo made the collection stand out. Amidst the glam of the night was the well draped elegance presented by Anuradha Kuli in her collection.
Jenjum Gadi’s menswear line had classic, stylish, outfits detailed with innovative embroidery, texturing and fabric mixing. Men set the stage on fire in black and gold from ethnicity and modernity, the designs had everything under one roof. Paired with beautify shoes, each outfit had a story to tell. The elegant drapes and layering attracted the audience in this affordable luxury line.
Munkee.See.Munkee.Doo was established in 2009 by Teresa Laisom and Utsav Pradhan. The brands main focus is on clean aesthetics and attention to detailing as the collection speaks for itself. Blacks, beiges and blues filled the stage making the affair a fancy one. The fact that made their line stand out is that all the textiles used in this line were cottons hand-woven in Manipur. The collection focused on geometric lines and comfortable fits. They are known for infusing modern innovations on classics to transform them into contemporary urban staples.
A dive in Ethnic diversity was presented by Anuradha Kuli as she presented the dream lehengas and sarees at LMIFWSS20. She specializes in traditional ethnic wear from Assam and her SS20 line had beautiful sairs in eri, muga and mulberry silk making the models lokking stunning. The 100% organic and handloom woven collection were treated with in-house cultivated indigo and turmeric dye.