The second day at the third edition of the Blenders Pride Bangalore Fashion Week has more colors and fusion of global themes. It was the debut presentation for the Kolkata designer Ramesh in Bangalore. But Ramesh impressed the audience as he has good experience of showcasing his creations abroad. Next in line at the runway was Sajda Rehmani who showcased simple elegant and wearable creations. Her collections took the audience through the Mughal era. Purple, plum and green colors with the silver linings were used to have a feel of Mughal era.
Then, Jyothi from Kolkata presented her debut creations. Her collections contained more of swarovski elements. Later Michelle Salins gave the audience a true international experience. For those who could not present at her show at the Miami Fashion Week, this gave a new opportunity. She has two show stoppers. Kannada actress Rishika and Aditya appeared as partners and walked together in her creations. Michelle says, “Butterfly is my theme. Butterflies are close to my heart as they represent feminine characters. So I used the colors that appear on butterfly wings, mainly purple, gold and pink.”
Next was the Diamond Fashion week. On the second day, different designs were presented. After diamonds, Aslam Khan enthalled the audience with his collections based on simplicity, beauty, elegance and wearable. Geometrical parallels and lines were his special attractions. Aslam focused more on tailoring and detailing.
The final show of the day was of Leena Tipnis. She presented creations mostly of brown and honey colors. Leena Tipnis said, “Instanbul is the inspiration to my collections. I was here in Bangalore at the first edition. That made me to come back again and so I am here in third edition. You can imagine how attached I am with Bangalore and Blenders Pride. My collection is to celebrate luxury with a global sense.”