India Bridal Fashion Week (IBFW) is one of the top profile fashion event in India and one of the “big four” fashion week being held in the country. It’s the most opulent and the only fashion week in India, which is held in Delhi and showcases the best of the trends and designs in bridal couture by leading fashion designers.
IBFW has become the most aspired goal for India’s top designers, couture lovers, influential individuals, legacy brands, celebrities, socialites and film stars.During the fashion week, we also connect India’s leading fashion designers with brands for unique opportunities such as creative collaborations, endorsements, appearances and consumer connects.
Nadia Chottani organized a jewellery show which included some performances by famous artists. Designers such as HSY, ELAN, Zaheer Abbas, Saim Ali, Zainab Chottani, Lajwanti, Asifa and Nabeel and many other talented designers displayed their work.
Blue, the most inspiring and happening color ever is the base color for every outfit. So rock on this spring season with blue color mixed and matched with other contrasting shades representing freshness and purity in every form. The recent fashion event at New York city’s Spring/Summer Fashion Week was based on this theme.
Peplums, denims, gowns and every attire in blue with different patterns and styles are eventually turning out to be a huge fashion statement for people of all age groups.
There are various patterns and colors flooding in the industry but very few are alluring to the eyes of the designers and the prospective ladies.
Color Blocking :
Bright colors have always been in vogue. Color blocking is the right thing to wear in this season where a fusion of colors can change your attitude as well as brighten up your day. Color blocking is likely to be even more prominent this year. Many leading brands have introduced an entire range of outfits with color blocking patterns in them.
Peplum outfits are slowly taking over the industry because of its simplicity yet elegant way of styling. They are slowly becoming one of the “must-haves” in the wardrobe. They are suitable for informal evening party, high profile meetings and hangouts, be it peplum skirt or peplum blouse or peplum dress or peplum jackets or even peplum shirts.
Peplums in vibrant colors are gaining attention on the runways. A proper well designed peplum will make you stylish and outstanding in the crowd.
The Monsoon Collection comprises the best of styles in footwear across Sunshine, Sandak and Bata includes a wide variety of flip-flops, jelly bellies, sandals and floaters in vibrant colors, that would not only add color to your outfit but would also brighten your days.
For women, the Bata offers a versatile range in perforated rubber plastic materials to provide the utmost comfort in the rains. Interesting colorful straps with floral motifs make this all-weather footwear exciting to wear without the fear of ruining time. The collection is available in bright and lively shades of purple, red, orange and pink.
The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) accorded the 21st edition of the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) Autumn-Winter 2013.
All over the country, 125 cardinal young designers gathered at Hall No. 18 of Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, on days between 13 and 17 of March and forecast their speculations for the season. WIFW, Asia’s biggest fashion trade event was organized for fifty days.
Designer Ritu Kumar was accorded with India’s fourth highest civilian honor- ‘The PadmaShri Award 2013’, by the honorable President Shri Pranab Mukherjee on the 20th April 2013 at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, for her exceptional and distinguished service in the field of fashion, textile and craftsmanship for the past 40 years.
The hairs of animal skin are well known as Fur and are used in large number. Fur is mainly used for making winter clothing because it gives warmth. It is a product that is sustainable, renewable and bio degradable. Fur has been in fashion every year. The important trends in fur are emerging of different colors, vintage influences, and use of mixed furs which creates texture combination. Here are the few clicks of runway pictures of Fur fashion
Tanya, an alumnus of NIFT Mumbai, gained her inspirations from Indian culture, vibrant colors and earthy core for her designs. Her innovation is dynamic and lively combinations of Indian textiles, needlework and contemporary styles which carried her to a unique style.
Tanya launched her label “Gaga” in 2009. The main aim of Gaga is to spread the message of lovely and happiness through lively spirit of color.
Tanya classic collection was a stylish offering at Lakme Fashion week winter/festive 2012. The designer merged the men’s street wear and traditional ethnic wear and created a different look for women’s wear by the inspiration of achkan and tuxedo. Net was a constant material used in all the garments. Use of vibrant colors like yellow, orange, blue and earthy tones can be seen in her innovation.