Neeta Lulla's 'Limited Edition Radha Collection' at LFW 2012
Neeta Lulla, gears upto unveil her new limited edition the Radha collection at the upcoming Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/ Festive 2012 in association with Forever Jewellery.The newest designs are inspired by the symbol of divine feminine energy in Hindu mythology, Radha. Throughout mythology, Radha has been a symbol of eternal love, passion, grace, femininity and beauty. It is this femininity and grace that Neeta’s new festive collection brings to life.
Through time, various artists have interpreted the style and character of Lord Krishna’s beloved in different ways. From a village simpleton to a glamorous dresser, Radha has had many facets. Neeta’s collection also depicts everything an Indian woman has in common with Radha -- like Radha, the Indian woman is delicate, loves deeply and has many facets…
Speaking about her collection, Neeta Lulla says, “It is a great synergy to be associated with Forever Jewels for this season at LFW.The designs that have been created compliment my garments immensely, as my collection draws inspiration from ‘RADHA’ the epitome of Beauty, Romance, Elegance and Feminity. The garments thus have a very pretty and ethereal look to them and the technique used along with the colours differ in every outfit like the many moods and avatars of Radha depicted by many an artist worldwide.This collection is very youthful and festive”
“I have used various fabrics and different embellishments on a variety of silhouettes that I have come across during my research for this collection creating a line that is contemporary, colourful and yet simplistic. This festive collection has been designed keeping in mind the needs of Indian consumer for occasion and festive wear”, she further added
Fabrics like Banarasi jaal and Chinar butti brocades, Silk organza and Kanjivaram have been used in the collection. Inspiration for the skirts vary in a wide variety from simplistic gher ghagras of Rajasthan to pawdas of Andhra Pradesh, the19th century crinoline inspired bonned lehengas to glamorous trumpet skirt ghagras, teamed with traditional blouses with variety of cuts are inspired from the 19th century Romantic era.