Today’s world is all about powerful women who come from all walks of life. Women have upgraded their talents onto levels that have created history in all glorious times to come. In every field, women have proved their efficiency and ability in setting a rolling example to the aspiring youth as well to the older generations. One such distinguished personality who has created magical ripples in the world of fashion and style is the famous fashion designer Neeta Lulla. She is one of the award-winning costume designers, fashion stylist and couturier. She is one of the most popular trendsetter as well as the fashion icon for millions of masses today.
Origin and History
Born in Mumbai, Neeta Lulla was brought up in the city of Ahmadabad. She got married at a very early age and achieved a graduation degree from the SNDT Women’s University (Mumbai). She set foot into the fashion world more than 2 decades ago, which earned her tons of knowledge and experience. She always had her heart inclined towards fashion choreography. Thus the 80’s gifted her, an opportunity to assist Jeanne Noorji, who was earlier a leading Indian Choreographer. Tamascha was the first movie which showcased her designing talent and the movie Lamhe focused the limelight completely over her talented touch.
Every outfit she creates is inspired by nature. Her costumes do not ape any peculiar trend, as they are designed keeping uniqueness in mind. Fusion is the flavor in all her designs. She believes in this style being very much in demand and vogue. Indo-western appearance defines the specialty of her talent. Colorful and ethnic Kurtis are mostly preferred by her as she believes they convey an essence of classiness along with style and vibrancy. Necklines which pull low are her opinion of great style. Most of the patterns, prints, motifs and designs embroidered on her designed fabrics pour out radiant colors which are soaked in the spirit of nature and also which are pastel in essence.
Influences over the years
With 25 years of fashion experience, she has evolved as a fashion designer tremendously and onto superior levels. With the passing years, her collections have aimed at matching the advancing fashion tastes of the generations today. More quality oriented fabrics like cotton, georgette, chiffon, net, silk, etc are a part of her collections, which are witnessed in her trendsetting designer saris and other such traditional outfits. More beads, shimmering threads, frills and delicate colors have been added to her collections.
Light color frocks and delicate colored outfits are opted for social gatherings and night outs. More of shimmering blacks are selected for the evening parties. Traditional lehenga cholis and saris which are either embroidered with a bridal style or in a plain ethnic style are chosen for marriage occasions and traditional pujas.
Her designed dresses not only cater for women alone, but also for men as well. Even the sherwanis and other men costumes that are designed can be donned for parties and social gatherings. Every outfit is designed suiting every occasion and every season.
Simple and bare accessories are her basic style. She mainly focuses on the outfits rather than the jewelry accompanying them. She sticks to plain ear drops, or a thin delicate chain, which does not overpower the outfit. Clutches and handbags often escort the outfit, thus adding more elegance.
Interesting Facts and Comparisons
Her latest achievement was designing for the most famous wedding of Aishwarya Rai Bachan and Abhishek Bachan.