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The recently held fashion show in India was a huge success for many affluent designers. It showcased upcoming collections amidst an eagerly anticipated audience. Indian fashion has come a long way and it isn't just staying within its borders. Back to back fashion shows are a proof that a lot of international designers are taking part. The fashion show was attended by the crème de'la' crème of the Indian fashion industry. The event was a big success as the clothes ranged from spectacular eastern wear to the absolutely stunning western wear.
The traditional wear had a touch of elegance and sophistication in it. The beautifully intricate and embroidered saris were breathtaking. A particular sea green sari with a fine bottle green and red detail on the border was a sure short winner. Another sari in peach with flower encrusted embroidery was absolutely beautiful. Similarly, another noteworthy number was an aquamarine sari with orange borders and lovely Indian work. The stunning sea-green and beige sari with heavy kundan work on the shirt and borders is also worth a mention. This particular piece encapsulates the true essence of a traditional Indian sari.
The red and sea green peshwas is also noteworthy. With numerous panels and heavy shimmering gold work on the neck and sleeves, the outfit wooed all the ladies sitting in the audience.
There were also some gorgeous lehngas with beautiful colour combinations and edgy cuts. The colour palette ranged from blacks and browns to dusky pinks and luscious peaches, to elegant beiges, vibrant reds and lovely shades of greens.
There were some very elegant pieces as well particularly a flowy white and beige frock with a fitted high-neck bodice paired with a white and beige two-toned pyjama. A particular copper and black lehnga with heavy gold motifs and a contrasting beige dupatta with copper and gold border showed a beautiful contrast of eastern elegance and glamour.
Another eye-catching design was a red high-necked short shirt with copper and gold gota on the border teamed up with a straight pyjama. Similarly, a shimmery black front-open long shirt paired with a black lehnga took the attention of many.
Although the event's main highlight was Eastern wear, there was some western wear worth mentioning.
An irresistible piece was a cream gown with brown, red and black stripes with floral motifs on its border, ideal for any party. Another beautiful outfit was an orange sleeveless top with halter neck and black tights. The western wear category also included an eye-catching black, pink and peach coloured outfit with heavily layered skirt and a black collar necked top.
With each passing year, the Indian fashion industry is becoming better and better by attracting many talented local and international designers. It is needless to say, that the recent instalment was a massive success, however it remains to be seen whether the next turnout is equally good or not.

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