Designer Lehenga Choli Collection From Lakmé Fashion Week 2014

New Designers Lehenga Choli Collections From Lakmé Fashion Week 2014
With the new collaboration between Lakmé Fashion Week and Palladium Hotel, the upcoming season promises to transform and elevate the fashion experience for both patrons and designers. LFW’s new home spans two floors or 45,000 sq ft of opulent event spaces, the 8th and 9th Levels of the Palladium Hotel and promises to engage guests with many new features and surprise offerings. The flawless and lavish interiors bathe visitors with an air of 5 star luxury the moment they enter.
The stateliness of the Hotel is complemented by breathtaking views of the cityscape and the Arabian Sea. An array of rooms & suites, award-winning dining destinations, meeting & event spaces, state-of-the-art Wellness Floor that houses a spa, health club and infinity pool can all be found at Palladium Hotel, the country’s tallest hotel building. The wellness floor with its luxurious infinity pool is sure to be a hot spot with the crème de la crème of Fashion Week as is the health club.
The Hotel lends itself to a convenient central location for all connected to the fashion fraternity while also providing the perfect venues for the much anticipated LFW show after parties. The Zenith Party Suite on the penthouse level, the house nightclub EXO and the country’s highest social bar Li Bai, all provide stunning views of the city by night to complement the signature cocktails they are known for. For those looking to savour some delectable cuisine between shows, the Hotel has a multitude of award winning restaurants.
An array of award-winning fine dining options helmed by Chef Paul Kinny and Chef Rahul Kaushik await patrons and participants alike. Mekong serves authentic Asian cuisine from high above the city while the bright and spacious Seven Kitchens is an all day diner that serves interactive world cuisine. The Sahib Room and Kipling Bar is the signature Indian restaurant that pays homage to authentic Indian fare while the adjoining bar can whip up the most exotic cocktails from the colonial era. For some respite from the hustle and bustle, we recommend some calming Afternoon High Tea and Champagne at The Piano Lounge. After all, you will need some R&R to take on India’s most popular fashion event.

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