Inspired by regal Indian silhouettes, designer duo Monica Rajeev Malik’s new collection is reminiscent of the traditional Indian with contemporary twist. Raw silks, georgette, sequined and cut work fabrics with pearl and dabka work, and the variety to choose from is never ending.
Karva Chauth fever gripped the city's biggest fashion event - Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW). From model Krishna Somani, choreographer Aparna Bahl to Sonu Wassan, some of the best known faces in fashion pages broke their fast amidst the hustle-bustle of fashion show.
The "so far unspoken, unseen and unaccounted for" nomadic culture of Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, inspired designer Urvashi Kaur's spring-summer showcase at the ongoing Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) here Saturday.
Drawing inspiration from the rich repertoire of Parsi culture and their traditional embroideries, designer Pallavi Puri presents "Paisley". She says the vibrant usage of technique, design and craftsmanship makes the festive collection a must have for every woman.
Rohit Bal, an expert in creating couture collections, has been finalised as the grand finale designer for the forthcoming edition of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) spring summer, starting here Oct 8. The designer is all set to wow his fans with his "sense of aesthetics without any constraints".
The favourite designer of Bollywood, Manish Malhotra declared that newcomer Freddy Daruwala is his favourite model and would be modelling for his show for FDCI`s India Couture Week 2014. The ICW event is going to take place From July 15 to 20 at the Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi.
The grandeur in Manish Malhotra`s bespoke ensembles is often as larger than life as some of the Hindi films that he designs for. That`s because movies have influenced him since childhood, says the acclaimed designer, who has styled a range of Bollywood`s screen divas over the years.