The first two days of the Bombay Times Fashion Week 2020 were filled with some fabulous designs and collections and showed us all the glitz and glamour there was to see. And let's just say that Day 3 was no different. From the most stunning collections to the best of show stoppers, Day 3 of the Bombay Times Fashion Week brought the show to an end with a bang and we loved every bit of it! So, without further ado, take a look at all that went down on Day 3 of the event.
The show kicked off with Aditya Institute's innovative collection, called 'India: Unity in Diversity', which featured some quirky prints and a wide range of colours which truly captured the diversity they were trying to show.
The next collection was presented by Xperia presents Tisser who showcased their designs featuring hand-painted textiles and let's just say the beauty and variety of this collection totally blew us away.
Then came the designs by Span label who presented their newest collection featuring lots of embroidery and elegant silhouettes. From intricate embroideries and motifs to beautiful pastels, their collection featured it all.
Zuri The Bridal Ensemble showcased their collection, 'The Bridal Ensemble' that featured both vibrant and muted hues which were teamed with a variety of intricacy. There was something here for every bride and that's what made it so lovable.
Energia presents FKNS by Narendra Kumar showcased their collection that featured electrifying colours and dazzling quirky prints. Once again Narendra Kumar left us dazzled with his unique designs and ensembles.
The next collection was presented by Aza presents Dev r Nil who showcased their extensive fusion inspired collection featuring trendy prints and chic silhouettes. Fusion fashion has never looked this good!
Aza also presented DivyaRajvvir with their expansive collection titled 'Bridal Couture', that featured contemporary silhouettes and festive fusion. The beautiful Diana Penty walked the ramp for them.
The last collection was presented by Sulakshana Monga who showcased her refreshing designs with Indian and Western silhouettes in whites and pastels. The gorgeous Tara Sutaria graced the ramp for the designer while the one and only Daler Mehndi rocked the stage with his melodious voice.
Well, now that was one hell of a Grand Finale! And that brings us to the end of a grand 3-day affair that we just couldn't get enough of. Stay tuned for more updates.