Round-up: The Best Of Beach & Resort Fashion Trends At India Beach Fashion Week 2017


Hola Sugarcups!!

I just cannot get enough of all the fashion fables happening all over the world. With Paris Fashion Week 2017 streaked off with over the top global styles, I finally sneaked out time to do a round-up of one of my most favorite fashion show – India Beach Fashion Week 2017 . Goa gasps the most exotic vibes of fourth season of IBFW. In today’s post, I’m sharing the most romantic tropical tales of fashion & beauty from IBFW chapter.

Palm trees, coconuts, tanned skin, sunsets, hot nights and fashion parade that’s how I can describe my experience of Asia’s biggest tropical fashion show India Beach Fashion Week 2017 powered by Jeep, India, Jhoomer Jewels, Crocs, Goa Marriott Resort & Spa and Novotel Mumbai, Juhu. The fashion festival that was held on 6th March and glossed off on 8th March was an absolute ode to beach fashion, resort & lounge fashion, cruise style, men’s fashion and destination bridal fashion.

The industry icon and the ace fashion designer Anupama Dayal brings the fresh breeze to the festival. Anupama Dayal’s #SummerSurprise was warm and welcoming the summer days. With blowy cover-ups in bubblegum pink and peaches, the festive was set in the tropical mood.

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Sonia Gohil flourished her eternal love for off-whites. The floor-length tops, sheer cover-ups, high-slit and off-shoulder maxi dress took the ramp by storm!

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Loungewear is making the major moves in Men’s fashion as well! Sanjay Hingu’s relaxed collection presents blazers and suits that are holiday-hit!

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Digvijay Singh showed his line in a very spectacular style. The theme he picked was quite pitchy and his collection is the indication of those tie-dye styles.

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Ken Ferns kept it simply feminine and pretty! Fresh as morning dew on early summer morning, the line was floral and breathable.

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The man of matter Asif Merchant took up the ramp with his fine glamourous collection. His line was inspired truly from the British holiday-style wardrobe and I’m particularly crushing on his line of suits.


Asif Merchant at IBFW 2017

My favorite of Day 1 of IBFW 2017, Arjun Khanna swiped Men’s fashion with matte black and white semi-formals. With linen fabric, blazer over shorts, he managed to take our curiosity a level higher!

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Day 2 of IBFW 2017, was stellar! Sakshi Relan showcased her ‘Blured Lines’ collection. The inspiration was driven by LGBT community; the color palate used in the collection is taken from the LGBT flag to highpoint the freedom of every person.

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Amin Farista pooled his homespun label Gandhian Fab and prospered his latest Resort wear collection in the Indigenous fabric under the name of ‘Young Khadi’. How I totally love the fringes in khadi…

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Lalit Dalmia bathed the ramp his ‘La Moda’ collection that was inspired and conceptualized to resurge the dramatic style. He took it right there on the beach and trust me, the backdrop and the view simply worked like wonder! He drew the clue from 70s Victorian era and I totally hoard this style!

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Fashion designers Sukriti and Aakruti put in an impressive collection on the ramp under the name of ‘Unicorn Tribe’. The duo enchanted the onlookers with exquisite frill-sari, off-the-shoulder blowy tops, peach pink bridal couture, infrequent flared traditional pant suits and 80s ruffles.

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Shyamal & Bhumika whipped the cream in the most elegant way. They awesome twosome expressed their love for traditional style. With pretty embroidered floral designs, sheer and shimmery fabric, the collection was completely lust-worthy!

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Geetika Kanumilli’s ‘A Dreamy Affair’ an absolute sovereign collection. With royal peach and pastel shades and effortless silhouettes, her collection adds fun and freshness for the modern bride.

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Issa’s ‘The Story Of A Summer Bride’ speaks a lot about colors and moods. The amazing tie-dye and pastel theme remains in rage this season.

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Annesdeen brings the quintessential sophistication in his couture line. The collection summarizes the cosmopolitan crowd. The pleats, flare and bare-shoulder were hit!

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Karleo Fashion exhibited the one-off concept – ‘Noir Love’ collection in which the dark hues congregate to the bright light in eventual instances. The melodramatic silhouette adds the oomph factor to the line.

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Aakriti Grover haggard the heat with her ‘Read Between The Lines’ collection of bodysuit and swimsuits. Motivated from the major stripes trend, the designer bewildered the fashion enthusiast with vibrant colors.

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Payal Jeswani steals the festival with her charismatic collection. The earthy hues and embellishments are a show-stellar for sure!

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MapxencaRS blended the life-cycle theme by representing Cherry Blossom flower. The collection is a bright maroon-red melody and has an outline inspired from 80s; bell-sleeves, ankle-length pants, ruffle-tiered skirt and asymmetric cuts.

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Swapnil Shinde put up his best and the most sensual line of Resort Wear 2017. With oodles of glamour and gut, the collection defines women perfectly as in both sexy and strong.

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PS (appreciation)

Somana – Model

Mark Periera Photography  

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Until next post,








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