Mumbai, Sept 23 (ANI): Giant chandeliers slowly rising to the ceiling, walls swathed in luxurious fabric resembling an opulent Mughal Darbar, and beautiful and elegant models walking the ramp, heralded the beginning of the last and final show of the Lakme Fashion Week here last evening.
The five-day fashion extravaganza came to a befitting end in Mumbai with top designer Tarun Tahiliani dazzling everyone with a fabulous mix of fashion and beauty.
Tahiliani's collection was based on the Glamour By Lakme 2009 collection, and comprised of Red Carpet Glam, Uptown Glam, Resort or Goa Glam and Gypsy Glam.
Tahiliani had divided his show, "The Painterly Vision", into drapes that featured saris, gowns, togas, tunics, grecian, jersey Navvaaris, fringed kurtas and the pegged drape.
"The collection was very simple. The eveningwear wasn't particularly bright because it was placed against Indian tableaux. We had the luxury for the first time," said Tahiliani.
The Lakme Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2010 hosted about fifty designers who showcased their collection in the five-day event.
Among the renowned fashion designers who shared their ideas were Manish Malhotra, Narendra Kumar, Rocky S, Vikram Phadnis, Krishna Mehta, Neeta Lulla and Wendell Rodricks. (ANI)