Academy awards 2012 !

As the nominees and winners settle down to debate who really deserved to win the Oscars 2012 we are more occupied with who walked the red carpet in style this year.

The Oscar night is when the Hollywood stars shine the brightest. As each one of those stars walked down the red carpet we catch a quick glimpse of their style. First up is the hot Hollywood Pitt pair. Contrary to the expectations the couple failed to get noticed much this year. Jolie turned out in asymmetric gown all in black with what looked like a plain look without jewels. Brad Pitt turned out in his Tux, long hair combed back he was too presentable with Jolie.

Moving over t Clooney and stacy pair. They were complementary o the red carpet. With stacy’s shimmering attire countering clooney’s typical black suit. Stacy’s earring is worth mentioning the collection of diamonds on it was ravishing.

Daring Viola opted to go green this season. The silk and crush combo worked well in her favor. The green earring and the bracelet were not the only accessories; the clutch was also another investment that the Hollywood hotties are ready to make.

Emma stone chose to camouflage with the carpet in her blood red free flowing gown. She resembled a bundle of red roses in that designer wear with a bow at the neck. Her neatly set hair and she over sized bracelet went well with the dress. She was one star who could not have been missed at the Oscars.

J Lo was stunning on the red carpet. In her patterned, shimmering gown with the designs congregating at her waist that dress looked as though it was sued on to her. The patterns were chosen to emphasize her curves which are her pride. J Lo was one actor everybody’s eyes were glued on to. And eyes popped when the actor turned to reveal the designer back.

Not many colours played on the ramp. The ladies chose to go with shades of crème while the guys stuck to the traditional tux. We will later declare the best dressed and the worst dressed on the red carpet after analysis so follow us.

 

 

ABDUL HALDER

The famous designer “ABDUL HALDER” created a inspired design for a” Pop World King Michael Jackson from the Indian maharajas for a true king of the pop world.

• The young designer was born the land of joy – Kolkata but has been brought up in Kanpur in U.P. from a very young age.
• His aim from childhood was set to be a designer in life to flaunt all around with his creative thoughts.

• He was 19 years when he started designing, but went forward for his education to PEARL ACADEMY OF FASHION and did his graduation.

• He worked for Sanjay Malhotra for his brand designer Déjà Vu. In 2003 he moved to Milan.

• It was now the twist for success. Italian fashion house, SB Italia and took in the fashion and cultural atmosphere.

• His first show in India was the performance in Lakme Fashion Week and generation next category of designers. Where he left all astonished with his heart throbbing collection of white wedding gowns.

• After the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week and Lakme Fashion Week he got the biggest opportunity to present his collection during july 2008 at the United Nations headquarters in New York

• The next big opportunity on his path way was to design a collection for Mr. Jackson which came through his pianist Miss Roberta Swedien, a legendary classical musician. She assigned his team the task for designing a whole range inspired by Indian Maharajas’ for him.

• His list of fashion designs includes ethnic, western wear for both men and women in haute and prêt lines, where “bridal wear” is his biggest passion.

THE FRUITY INFLUENCE ON FASHION IN 2012….

The sweet and spicy year, 2012.. The runway goes hot and spicy unlike before with just solid and flower print stuffs.

This time, it was prints enriched with fruits and vegetables. its awesome to visualize me with fruity cocktail dresses also their scenting perfume when i wear one.

The exhibit of tiny waists in corset crop tops teamed with tulip shaped midi-skirts made the summer pallet goes dynamic.

The fifties returned teens with pretty midi-dresses adorned with colourful foods and vintage style brooches.

The runway Feminine and flirty pieces are made a rally and the ladies will get to play dress up by putting together mixed up with ladylike heels and playful accessories.

Kate Moss attracted the show at Louis Vuitton’s SS12 runway shoe sporting a girly white lace and feathered dress, a cutesy hair band and ladylike shoes.

River Island has a new eye catching collection with trendy sleeves with embellished corset and pencil skirt set that clutches the sexy silhouettes viewed on the runway. People go high to look high class.

Bloomers during these earlier days are not meant to be worn by grans, patterned bloomer shorts are coupled with matching corset tops and tough accessories for perfect looks

With accessories wicker basket handbags and pasta shape accessories look glamorous.

Fashion for 2012 is hedonistic to the majority. So don’t panic to encounter all your favourite looks instantly.

Garment association (SIGA) seeks removal of excise duty

The readymade garment industry has been protesting for quite a long time now, against the negative impact they see because the impact of excise duty on readymade garments industry, this has been a big obstacle in the growth of the industry. With lights of hope the South India Garment Association has sent a memorandum to R S Gujral, Revenue Secretary, and Textile as well as Medium & Small industry Ministry, to seek government’s attention for the revival of the apparel industry and reconsidering the policy.

Kundan Jain, President, South India Garment Association said, “Tariff value for RMG falling under the chapters 61, 62 and 63 has been fixed at 45 per cent of MRP.

The manufacturers faced hard time due to rise in the whole sale price. This is making them loose business so the associates want the government to understand the loose for the industry an remove this tax under the above mentioned chapters enabling the industry to pay excise duty only on the transaction value of the garments.

The blast in designer wear industry


Research show that there is potential growth in the designer wear industry with an annual growth rate of 40 % the booming designer wear industry in India is likely to cross Rs 11,000 crore mark by 2020,  currently we are at about Rs 720 crore, according to a study titled ‘Trends in Indian Designer Wear Industry’ released by The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM).

“The designer wear industry in India is driven by the force by higher disposable incomes contributing in rising the purchasing power and along with that the contribution is from the emerging trends of mall in our cities. This trend has also helped in the growth of fashion consciousness among the crowd.

With the increas in these trend and fashion awareness we see many increments and how more and more people are opting for branded products and they portray a clear picture of how much they in love with designer wear. As its unique and one of a kind, with very rare repeats. It highlights your personality.

Besides, rapidly growing popularity of boutiques selling designer and local wear showcasing finished and ready-to-stitch garments and trendy dress material is another growth driver for designer wear industry.

Then the next contributor for blast of designer industry is the film industry which is all about branded cloths and designer wear being exhibition by the individuals every day, and followers love to follow the trend.

“Currently India’s share in the global designer wear industry is a minimal 0.32 per cent but is likely to reach about 1.7 per cent by 2020,”

As we see a huge potential the ASSOCHAM plans and advices the fashion design institutes to concentrate on the designers who will contribute and work for making India the fashion capital of the world.

According to a recent ASSOCHAM survey nearly 35 per cent of male and over half of female shoppers in urban India prefer shopping at retail outlets which are one-stop shopping destination as one can find almost all the leading local and international brands under one roof. Besides, nearly 40 per cent of working couples prefer buying designer wear for their kids.

But before the designers move ahead , they tend to step back because of a major problem they face of plagiarism, as designs get copied and thus more and more fashion designers have started seeking copyright protection and are getting their designs registered.