Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2020 just concluded leaving us with tons of bridal trends to look forward to this year. After all, it’s that time of the year when we all look forward to new wedding trends and why not. Well, the dazzling event took place at Jio World Garden in Mumbai from 11th February to 16th February 2020 and we are totally swooning over the gorgeous showstoppers in the edgiest and sophisticated creations by the best designers of the industry.

With the summer wedding season on its way, we have been wanting to include the latest styles and fabrics in our wardrobe. So c’mon check them out all now!

Latest wedding trends spotted at Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 2020:

1. Destination Wedding Edit At Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2020

Rajdeep Ranawat’s Bali Spring Resort 2020

Well, undoubtedly, Indonesia is growing as one of the most preferred destinations for hosting weddings with Bali topping the list. Designer Rajdeep Ranawat’s latest collection is delved deep into the bylanes of Ubud, Bali with vintage textiles and motifs of the Indonesian fabrics in pure silks, satins and dupion. His hand-embroidered collection further comes with french knots, beads, mother of pearls and shells. Silhouettes are easy and comfortable with great options for destination weddings including skirts, loose tunics, comfy kaftans and draped separates.

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Shivan And Naresh X Caprese

Inspired by South Korea’s tradition, present-day culture and hospitable people, designer Shivan and Naresh’s latest collection was prominently about the classic blacks and olives. The showstopper Diana Penty set the stage on fire wearing an Olive foil wrap blouse with the Olive flute skein work lehenga.

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Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 20202. The Comeback of Monochrome Outfits With A Dash of Colour!

Traditional with a twist is what best describes Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2020. The Designer Gaurang presented his newest ‘Garam Masala’ collection which was all about a combination of over 40 Indian outfits with a quirky twist- a dash of colour in monochrome ensembles. The collection was made on handlooms with woven textile art from parts of India which took a year to complete. Tabu set the stage on fire as she walked as the showstopper for the designer. 

Tabu, Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 2020

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Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 20203. Rahul Mishra’s ‘Home’ Story At Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2020

The Designer got his inspiration for his latest couture collection on his recent trip to the Maldives where he was mesmerized by the million shades of blue, under-water foliage and the striking corals. His collection, ‘Home’ is an incessant reminder of the beauty that our planet beholds as a key inspiration for many looks that walked the runway. The showstopper Jhanvi Kapoor walked the ramp for Rahul Mishra in his hand-embroidered Aqua gown and oh boy, we are bowled! 

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The collection was inspired by underwater and had outfits perfect for a bride who is planning to have a pre-wedding pool party or a party by the beach.

4. ‘Songs of Summer’ By Jade By Monica And Karishma

‘Songs of Summer’ from JADE by Monica & Karishma is inspired by the surreal Indian summers, entwined with kaleidoscopic effects. The designer duo’s latest occasional wear comes with a touch of elegance and is eclectic, setting the tone for free-spirited festivities that are as long as summer days and as ethereal as summer nights. 

cocktail outfits5. Amit Aggarwal’s Futuristic Wildflower Collection

‘AXIL’ by Amit Aggarwal is built around a vision of the future; a world in which every life form thrives in a celebration of coexistence. Kareena Kapoor Khan closed the show for the designer as she walked the ramp in a stunning bottle green gown. 

P.S. The collection is a perfect pick for OTT cocktail parties.

Kareena Kapoor

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cocktail gowns cocktail gowns6. The Rise of Traditional Indian Motifs

Designer Mrunalini Rao presented ‘Taamara’, a lotus inspired collection, resplendent with detailing, embroidery and layering bringing back the trend of traditional Indian motifs. Athiya Shetty and Ileana D’Cruz walked the ramp for Mrunalini as her showstoppers and totally nailed it at the show wearing gorgeous lehengas in different hues of summer blooms. 

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Also, Meet The Biggest Bridal Trend For 2020: Lotus Motif Jewellery.

7. Payal Singhal’s ‘Parvaneh’ Collection

Indian Cricketer Mithali Raj walked down the stage for Payal Singhal in a gorgeous crop top and skirt with butterfly motifs on it. The designer’s latest collection ‘Parvaneh” is an ode to coming into one’s own, and to the strength of a caterpillar who has metamorphosed into a beautiful butterfly.

Every woman has that one beautifully strong woman-role model in their lives who inspires them. Five such real-life role models walked the ramp for Payal Singhal’s collection ‘Parvaneh’. Joining these real-life inspirations on the ramp, were a few influential women known for their inner strength.

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Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 20208. The Gorgeous Hues of Cherry Blossom!

Cherry blossoms dominated Pooja Shroff’s collection is an interesting fusion of Japanese and  Indian outfits such as kimonos, sumo pants, Chanderi, organza and cotton ensembles. Tahira Kashyap walked the ramp for the designer in a stunning crop top and skirt in hues of white and golden and we are all eyes!

Tahira Kashyap

Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 20209. Punit Balana’s traditional Indian and Mughal Style Designs

Tara Sutaria dazzled in a pastel lehenga by designer Punit Balana at Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 2020. The designer collection is inspired by the Sisodiya Rani Bagh which is further divided into two parts. While the collection of indigo and blue outfits with sexy silhouettes can be worn to parties and events, the pastel collection has more of a Mehendi and Sangeet vibe.

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indigo saree10. Malaika Arora Sharing Some Major Millennial Bride Goals

Malaika Arora walked the runway for designer Varun Chakkilam whose designs drew inspiration from cultural motifs and the symbolism of love. 

Malaika Arora11. Ritu Kumar’s Sustainable Fashion

Designer Ritu Kumar made a comeback to Lakme Fashion Week summer resort 2020 after 5 long years with her sustainable viscose collection to promote ecological harmony. Aditi Rao Hydari dazzled in Ritu Kumar’s designer wear and we are totally crushing over her gorgeous look!

Sustainable fashion, Aditi Rao

Also, check out These Sustainable Fashion Brands For Your Bridal Trousseau.

12. Spring Blossom Inspired ‘Baharan’ Collection By House of Kotwara

The latest collection from House of Kotwara is inspired by the chaotic yet symphonic blossom of springtime flowers as the cold fades and the sun gains its strength. A new range of western silhouettes such as jackets, dresses and jumpsuits detailed with peplum sleeves, gathers and pleats, flank the evergreen cotton Chikankari classics Kotwara is loved for. Dia Mirza looked radiant in her showstopper outfit for ‘Baharan’ collection by House of Kotwara. She wore a pearl-encrusted corset and grey kora zardozi lehenga and looked every bit of stunning!

Dia Mirza13. The Traditional Parsi Gara Embroidery

The designer Ashdeen’s collection is inspired by traditional Parsi Gara work which is hand-crafted in India by the local artisans. 

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Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2020 was a mix of summer blossoms and pastel shades. Every designer had put their best foot forward to give us some of the most gorgeous designs and we are loving them all!

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