Laced with heritage of craft and texture, the clothing line will be a modern twist on unorthodox fashion. Her collection is being touted as a fusion of traditional Indian aesthetics with edgy cuts.
Talking about reuniting with Lakme for the closing, Anamika said the fashion week is a platform that gives designers the opportunity to push boundaries and reinvent themselves.
"The nude makeup trend has been the talk of the town for a while but to see it through Lakme's eyes is very different. It's about identifying every Indian woman's nude palette.
"Our finale collection is fine-tuned to be in perfect symmetry with the season's statement, and we hope to showcase how much variety nudes can bring when done right," the designer said in a statement.
Anamika will collaborate the Lakme makeup experts to create looks that promise to redefine nude trends.
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