All About Ethnic Wear Worn By Bollywood Showstoppers At Lakme Fashion Week 2019


Ethnic Trend set by these Bollywood Showstoppers at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2019 for Wedding/Festive Look. Held in Mumbai between January 29 and February 3, Lakmé Fashion Week summer/resort 2019 was brimming with Bollywood showstoppers dressed in everything especially the wedding-ready lehengas and stunning saree drapes. Here’s a look at everything you missed.

Kangana Ranaut with Anushree Reddy

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut looked like a queen in a heavily embellished peach colour lehenga. The outfit was accessorised with a stunning emerald and diamond necklace.

Lisa Haydon at Shriya Som

Lisa Haydon

Lisa Hayden stunned everyone by flaunting glittering, long-sleeved choli and magnificent lehenga by designer Shriya Som. She let the outfit do the talking as she gave a miss to the accessories.

Diana Penty at Mishru

Diana Penty

Diana Penty walked the ramp wearing the Stunning Mishru Lehenga inspired by the Rococo art, the Reminisce Colour Palette is soft and airy – full of white, ivory, blush, mauve and warm grey tones. Rococo’s love for asymmetry, floral motifs and gilding are carried forward in pieces from the collection too.

Karishma Kapoor at Punit Balana

Karishma Kapoor

Karisma flaunted a creation featuring an embroidered shimmery voluminous Anarkali kurta with a dupatta by Punt Balana. An intricate tasselled back adorned the ensemble. A choker was the only accessory of choice. The designer has played with prints in combination with eco-friendly material and hand printing.

Bhumi Pednekar at Shehlaa

Bhumi Pednekar

Bhumi Pednekar looked like a princess as she walked the ramp wearing the 3D leaf embroidered Lehenga with sequins & crystal embellished blouse & an off shoulder ruffle cape.

Anil Kapoor & Janhvi Kapoor at  Raghavendra Rathore

Anil Kapoor & Janhvi Kapoor

Janhvi Kapoor looked gorgeous in her black bandhgala cum dress embellished outfit. Anil Kapoor chose a Bandhgala over his kurta-churidaar look. The Chacha-Bhatiji Jodi looked stunning in Black and gave us some serious goals for a Wedding Evening Look.

Isabelle Kaif at Shelaa

Isabelle Kaif

The show was opened by Isabelle Kaif who looked gorgeous in an olive and silver lehenga and choli. This was teamed with a net dupatta.

Kriti Kharbanda at Sukriti & Aakriti

Kriti Kharbanda

Kriti Kharbanda wore brown-gold creation that featured a lehenga featuring a cropped blouse and a voluminous lehenga
Kriti Kharbanda turns showstopper for the duo as they showcased their collection “Rustic Boutonniere”. The collection was inspired by bohemian destination weddings.

Aditi Rao Hydari at Sailesh Singhania

Aditi Rao

Aditi Rao stunned everyone by wearing elegant silk golden lehenga set featuring grid print on the skirt. The collection represented the splendour of Indian royalty featuring a combination of zari fabric and silk tissue. For the designer, the idea was to celebrate sustainability, and promote ‘Make In India’

Aahana Kumra and Kubbra Sait at Gazal Mishra

Aahana Kumra & Kubbra Sait

Both ladies were rendered beautiful in white embroidered ensembles. The collection featured a dedicated play of pastel palette with hand embroideries. Each piece boasted of fine craftsmanship. Kubbra looked beautiful in a voluminous half sleeved Anarkali dress wherein Ahana looked all glamorous with edged crop top teamed with a voluminous lehenga and a dupatta.

Mouni Roy at Payal Singhal

Mouni Roy

Mouni made her LFW debut wearing printed lehenga and accessorized her debut runway look for Payal Singhal

Divya Kumar Khosla at Parvathi Dasari

Divya Kumar

Divya Khosla Kumar walked for Dasari Parvathi at the Lakme Fashion Week wearing a pink Kanjeevaram saree, she looked absolutely stunning.

Saina Nehwal at Vaani Raghupathy

Saina Nehwal

Saina Nehwal glows in Yellow Lehenga Choli. She looked resplendent in a yellow lehenga choli by Chennai-based designer Vaani Raghupathy, who made her debut at LFW.

Geeta Phogat at Rina Singh

Geeta Phogat

Geeta was dressed in a collared kurta with floral motifs, teamed with colourfully striped pajamas, folded up to the ankles and wearing jootis and shoes. She walked the ramp personifying the show’s theme of being beautifully strong.

Yogesh Chavan
Yogesh Chavan
I started writing on this blog in November 2011, with a keen interest with Indian Ethnic Fashion, Since I didn't have any experience or could not get an entry-level position or an internship, I made the decision for blogging to demonstrate my writing talents as well as my love of Indian Ethnic fashion. I posted my Indian style ideas and suggestions that help others try something new and to have fun in their clothes, regardless of Size. I generally disagree with the fashion standards of most people and do not believe in wearing clothes that fit your body shape.