MUMBAI, India — The five days of Lakmé Fashion Week emphasized femininity in the summer and resort collections on show.
This was not necessarily with the heavy embellishments that often characterize Indian design — although there was some of that, too — but rather with net, swirling gowns, unexpected windows of skin through the use of transparent fabrics and a lot of demure coverage.
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