Street style gets a designer makeover
Designer Vivek Karunakaran sought to "explore the beauty of the aimless wanderer" with his showing on the second day of the LFW.
Confident, languid and borrowing from men's fashion, Karunakaran offered up a host of designs inspired by 'The Urban Vagabond', which also happens to be the name of the collection.
Layered street style was on display, with washed-down finishes and an emphasis on the triangular silhouette. Check it out.
Looking punky, we have a grey bubble dress, teamed with checkered leggings and a trendy little jacket.
Photographs: Dominic Xavier
Look through you
Freddy Daruwala strikes a pose in a sheer shirt with grey panelling on the chest and matching trousers.
Subtle metallic hints set off a shirt and baggy pants, topped off with a sleeveless vest.
Pewter tones define this flaired number with an inner layer of black tulle.
Show off those gams in black leggings and boots, worn with a fitted grey blouse.
We see another structured ensemble, showing off grey and pink stripes in crushed fabric.
We see Freddy once more, in a red-checkered jacket and matching crops.
The designer continues with crimson -- Nicole Faria wears a bubble jacket over short shorts and stockings.
Surelee Joseph dons a red and purple ensemble with nip and tuck detailing at the hem.
Ball gown cut short
The showstopping entry is also in purple, moving from a fitted bodice to a plump skirt.