The first collection for the day was presented by the talented designer Anju Modi as she attempted to revive the royal culture of India.
Many of Anju Modi's designs were inspired from the Kishangarh School of Art and Lady Vaishnavi Kumari of Kishangarh personally introduced the designer. The collection was called "Sunehri Kothi" and consisited of intricate fabrics, detaols, motifs and embroideries. Dia Mirza was also another highlight at the end of the collection.
The second collection was presented by designer Varun Bahl. He encorporated floral prints from a versatile colour palette, reinventing customary silhouettes for the contemporary Indian woman on 4th day of India Couture Week. Dainty vintage inspirations mixed with a baroque influence were combining the fashion-forward yet feminine looks.