Street style edit: The best looks from Lakmé Fashion Week Spring/Resort 2018


Street style edit: The best looks from Lakmé Fashion Week Spring/Resort 2018

Statement bags and laid-back ensembles ruled this season

By Aditya Vij  February 15th, 2018

This season, Lakmé Fashion Week Spring/Resort 2018 saw a plethora of street style looks, ranging from androgyny to full-on femininity. We spotted vintage-inspired attire paired with earthy hues as well as full on colour-blocked looks. Have a peek at our carefully curated street style edit. Comment on your favourites below.

The best street style looks from Lakmé Fashion Week Spring/Resort 2018:

Androgynous meets Vintage

We love the masculine vibes of this look. Don’t miss those vintage-inspired sunglasses.

Cool chick

Kayaan C, street style favourite, pairs her Urvashi Kaur ensemble with a Fendi bag.

Dhoti Draping

Props to the simple pairing and monochromatic flow of this look Payal Singhal look.

Colour Craze

Sherry Shroff, vlogger and model, is wearing an Amit Aggarwal top paired with classic Levi's jeans, Zara bag and Nike sneakers.

All-black Attire

Designer Anaam goes gothic in a look from his own collection.

Laid Back Florals

Model Rachel Bayros shows off a pop of florals against an otherwise muted look.

Lustrous Leather

We love the cool vibes in this look with the structured jacket paired with the ripped sequinned jeans.

Military madness

We love the messy hair paired with nude sandals and an outstanding military style jacket.

Popping Polka

Kawaljeet, a young fashion designer, brings the playfulness back to fashion.

Pretty Pastels

Shereen Sikka, blogger, in an effortless Shift ensemble and carrying a Dior bag.

Statement Shoulders

Sana Shah, Be the Circus, designer. Wearing The Circus top and carrying a Dior bag. We love her outlandish printed top which moulds the look well.

Traditional Stripes

We spotted this unusual pairing of a day shirt with a maxi skirt and old world jewellery.

 

Twinning Style

We love the grunge-meets-classic style, especially the statement Balenciaga sneakers.

Traditional Rabari

Parmesh Shahani, head at Godrej India Cultural Lab. Wearing a Rabari necklace, custom look and Hermès shoes. We love the traditional effortlessness in this look.

Understated Mania

Kanishtha Dhankar, model. Carrying a Sabyasachi bag. We love the simplicity of this look and the sheer fluency with which she carries it.

Victorian Glam

Sujala Newar, Senior Stylist, ELLE India, mixes Victorian prints with disco glamour.