Blenders Pride Fashion tour launched on Chandigarh on September 28th and will end on November 24th in Mumbai.
In this 60 days of journey from Chandigarh to Mumbai, an a six cities play a host to the show, and their new sizzling creations made a landmark to India
Gaviin Miguel opened the prestigious gala, designer Vikram Phadnis presented an intricately collection embellished collection made from Indian fabric
Kangana Ranaut and Gaviin Miguel
In this blenders pride fashion tour, showcased collections from will known Indian couturiers like JJ Valaya, Pankaj and Nidhi, Suneet Varma,Rocky S,falguni and Shane Peaock, and Tarun Thailiani.
Arjun Kapoor walks the ramp for JJ Vallaya
This year showcase was superlative collections by a famous designers
The famous high-street international brand, launched is ‘Miss France’ trend to the glamor it is a vital part of this new collection. Avirate, LAUNCHED their collection as a appeal to the sensibilities of young sensuous women at the “THROUSSEAU WEEK TO THE COLLECTION” these event took place on 21st November in UB city, Bangalore.
They given lot of importance for using laser cuts, color blocking and origami concept in the collection. Silhouettes are crafted female structure for the perfect fashion statement by making use of France lace. The collections are made by delicate fabrics like soft chiffons,CDC,matte jersey and stretch cotton have been extremely used
On the opening of the collection Mr. Jahid Osman, Managing Director, Aviraté India told “Aviraté – Miss France Collection given a spirit to fashion and style. Global fashion lifestyle is influenced new step to Our Indian consumer and simultaneous effort to introduce the same has motivated in providing something classy”.
Miss France collection in Bangalore :
The fashion conscious lady’s will be loved to wear this collection.
Designer Malini showcased spring summer collection in WIFW 2014, this year Malini collections were completely gorgeous
malini showcased her day 1 collections in 22nd edition of “wills lifestyle India fashion week” (WIFW) held on oct 19th-23rd in New Delhi.
Malini says “my designs will be deserved by those women who want to look glamorous and travel to discover herself
The Aztec print maxi dresses with metallic belts, cut-out work swimwear and sheer cover ups and Matching scarves were tied on models’ heads too are something different. Take a look at her collections
Amazing swim cut work by malini
spring summer 2014 collections by Malini ramani
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.
An upcomming fashion designer, Alisha Ramadan recently displayed 15 pieces from the latest collection in a 3d fashion show Mumbai. “Ariel 3D Active” was launched at Dubai had a bizzare opening. Media Representative of about 150 from 40 countries gathered at P&G’s to enjoy the innovative 3D technology.
The Guests of the two day ceremony at Dubai were allowed to view the first 3D fashion show in the region.June Ambrose, well known for her designing work mainly with P. Diddy, Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes, Mariah Carey, Kim Cattrall and other stars, came all the way from New York to meet Alisha Ramadan for the Ariel 3D Active launch event.
Fusing powdery tones and romantic cuts, Ramadan’s latest spring/summer 2012 collection “Le Pouvoir de la Poudre – The Power of Powder” took to the catwalk in 3D.
Ramadan recently displayed 15 pieces from the latest collection that will be showcased in October this year.
Everything in the fashion show was virtual and animated from the catwalk, to the models and Ramadan greeting people on the runway, as well as the virtual kisses and rose petals, which took the viewers by surprise. These elements created depth and excitement.
The managing director and partner of the local company Air, which raised the 3D fashion show, said: “We looked to create something that’s never been produced to our knowledge in the region or in the world. We took and we built a virtual catwalk and put 3D stereoscopic models on it. We produced something which everybody found inspiring.”