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Lakme FW: Breezy, wearable unisex designs

Last updated on: September 20, 2009 


Photographs: Sanjay Sawant
The third day of Lakme Fashion Week saw designer Digvijay Singh go green with organic fabrics and a unisex line for both men and women. Showcasing for label Bhu:sattva, here is the Unimitable Unisex Collection.

For starters, we have two models in black harem pants and panelled kurtas, hers a sunny yellow, his a more understated cream.

Coordinated colour-schemes


Next up are more slimline pants, with grey being the common factor between both outfits. The peach-coloured kurta for women is most feminine.

Crossover styles


Fashioning cross-over wraps for both sexes, the designer showcases pale champagne pants for men and harem pants with buttons for the ladies.

Lemon look


Deep green tapering pants go well with this tie-detail bright lemon kurta.

Cap it off


The designer fuses Western attitude with ethnicwear -- a beret and glares top off a kurta with pleated hemline.

Line it up


Abstract lines adorn this high-necked shirt, worn over maroon harem loungers.

Steel and ivory


We like this striking, stark colour combo, its subtlety made up for by the unique panelling and wrap-up cut.

Opposing palette


Dark and pale clash on the runway in loose-flowing, relaxed silhouettes.

Celeb quotient


Actor Shreyas Talpade is all smiles as he takes to the runway in a button-down ensemble.

The eco-minded creator


Digvijay makes an entry alongside his famous showstopper, looking mysterious behind his shades and dark jacket.