Gauri and Nainika, who presented their summer/resort 2019 collection at Lakme Fashion Week had actor Yami Gautam as their showstopper. (Instagram) It’s more than just a motif, it’s an interpretation of a story told by the designer through their collection. Floral motifs have been creatively finding their way back every season — be it through embroidery, prints or paintings. The motif has had designers from across the world celebrate the power of flower in several ways. “Floral designs are a great investment and will never go out of style. It is a classic, and season after season, designers just find new ways to interpret the idea, depending on their collection,” says Swapna Anumolu of Mishru. This spring/summer 2019, we take a look at how different fashion designers have incorporated their favourite designs in their creations. Ornate art Applique, beads and embroidery is one combination that fashion designer Swapna Anumolu swears by. Her recent collection featuring floral designs on ghararas gave Indian wear a beautiful twist . Team it with a crop top and a draped dupatta and you are ready for any occasion. Inspired by the Palampore prints, the pattern is rich, textured and full of flowers. Gauri & Nainika Resort’19 #gauriandnainika #resort Picture Credits : Ajay Chaurasia @ajaychaurasia20 #gauriandnainika #gaurinainika #resort #LakmeFashionWeek #LakmeFashionWeek2019 #LakmeSalonXGauriNainika #TheArtofLatte #LFW #LFW2019 #LakmeSalon #rampwalk #hairtrends #makeuptrends #runwayfashion #runwayshow A post shared by Gauri & Nainika (@gauriandnainika) on Jan 30, 2019 at 7:15am PST Ruling the runway Larger-than-life motifs make for great runway stories. And when you add a flower to it, then there is definitely room for some drama. Fashion designers Gauri and Nainika’s Art of Latte creation, gives floral designs a glamorous twist. The bold and big sequined flowers accentuate the overall look. Pretty petals When you envisage your collection around the […]