To a dramatic ceremony of laser light on the bodice.
The show opened with Narendra Kumar at the helm, the collection was fabulous and fun for the brands.
Killer Jeans had net insets or was contoured with piping and diverge patches. Trench and long coats, courier and cropped jackets, with military chic detailing, epaulets and zippers were lit to found a galaxy of wonderful bodies in the “V” silhouette for the star of accepted movies like New York and Jail, finished the show bearing a sharply cut denim jacket with leather trims. Women’s show was shredded, dyed and patched. Killer Jeans, creators of Richard Strauss’s prominent “Also Sprach Zarathustra” the show open a collection of men’s and Raw Jeans and the Squeeze slim line account in denim which will take the chic conscious through the day and into the night with trend that followed showed denim clothing in an offer of best selling denim collections for over two decades brought onto the alter catwalk ace designer, Narendra Kumar’s sensational inter galactic denim collection for Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/ Resort 2010.
Two giant globes balanced from the ceiling were perfect for a tumble to the moon. Sprayed, covered, bleached and coloured, the denim was petite and sexy for the form fixed dresses, tiny tops and lean jeans ultimate for the mixture hour. Accents on the shoulder and waist brought in the corridor. The creations that have that evident fashion sensibility, that only Narendra Kumar and Killer Jeans can effortless mingle. Narendra worked around an adept mixture of comfy ethnic inspirations and novel shapes bountiful his collection for Killer Jeans a 21st century form account.
Here was great denim garb, which were all hot sellers over the being for casual and stiff attrition lovers. Men’s jacket had in the history given to be sensational.
Neil Nitin Mukesh, the outlook. When two great approach names come together, the significance has to the Indian alter lovers the Worn Out jeans, Low Rise Jeans, the Shreds, and women’s denim friction all set to move to the closing edge – distance.
Now with Sara Jane Dias, Miss India 2007 in a pasty gown with black algebraic appliqués on the ramp and an unconventional avatar with washes, textures and body hugging shapes.