Lakme Fashion Week 2017 was one dreamy affair to remember and like all good things, it’s come to an end too.Last night was the finale of Lakme Fashion Week, 5 Days Of Fashion and the curtains were brought down by none other than the ace designer Manish Malhotra.

The collection was titled “Tales of Indulgence”, and it showcased0 Malhotra’s dive into some commendable tailoring. His plunge into Men’s Wear was something everyone has their eyes on and boy was it something to look for. We witnessed for the very first time the use of intense black, white and chrome and the vibe on the ramp was electrifying.

We did miss Kareena Kapoor Khan closing the show every year, and the fact that she did walk the ramp even with a baby bump and made headlines. But Jacqueline Fernandez and Aditya Roy Kapoor in their dreamy ensembles made a power couple pair at the ramp.



About his collection, Manish said, “It’s been a great association with LFW for so many years. Last month my label completed 12 years and it is just beginning of many new things. For the first time, we have used blacks and chromes and introduced cocktail dresses for women. I’m really happy and thankful to everyone for giving us this opportunity”.IMG_9893

We must say Aditya is looking dapper and smokingly hot in an all black suit. While Jacqueline Fernandez is looking the cute-hot bombshell in the floral thigh-high slit dress with sheer shilloute. IMG_9890

On their experience of walking for the show, Aditya said, “It is the third time I am walking for Manish and it is always great. What is different this time is that for the first time I am wearing a suit, otherwise he has always dressed me in Indian wear. It feels great to be here”.

To this Jacqueline further added, “It is a pleasure to walk for Manish. He has been so humble and kind always. He is a great person by heart and I love collaborating with him always.



The finale by Manish Malhotra was an eye opening-breathtaking array of glitter, dazzle and jazz with sequins, crystals and glamour paired with gigantic tasselled style statements being made on the ramp.

We really did have to catch a breath, Manish!