Payal Singhal gets inspired by 1930s high society glam for her new collection ‘Lady M’ at Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2017. View the best looks here!
Payal Singhal’s Summer Resort 2017 collection at Lakmé Fashion Week was vibrant and lively. Pink, grey, ivory and blue was chosen as the color palette. Materials like georgette, silk and satin were used. Elegant kaftan tops and jackets were seen.
It makes a perfect Indo-western bridal wear! The makeup and hair was strikingly beautiful! The deep side-parted hair with curls looks demure and retro chic! Bollywood actress Diana Penty was the showstopper of the show. She wore a fancy grey kaftan with embroidered skirt.
My favorite look from the collection is the asymmetric skirt paired with the crop top.
Payal Singhal Summer Resort Collection 2017: Gallery
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