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Splashing color Bridal ensembles

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Manish Arora delivered an avant garde Indian wedding collection for the bride with an attitude

Manish Arora delivered an avant garde Indian wedding collection for the bride with an attitude

Two back-to-back fashion weeks that were held recently in the capital – PCJ Delhi Couture Week and India Bridal Week – stand testimony to the fact that couture in India caters largely to the big fat Indian wedding. With the exception of a few designers who showcased some body-hugging gowns or light evening saris both events were high on trousseau and glamour. So couture creations that are meant to be bespoke, customised and hand-crafted “one-of- a-kind” creations were basically runways replete and overflowing with seriously

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Fashion Week in March / April 2012

International Fashion Week in March and April take their inspiration from the big splashes made in January in New York, Paris and Milan runways. – – ©ourtesy of ahRamonline.com
Fashion Weeks

Miami Fashion Week poster, by Kleuddy Abreu, winner of graphic design contest

March/April Fashion Weeks around the world!

21 – 25 March
Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Russia Collections
Moscow

27 March – 1 April
ID Fashion Show
Dunedin, New Zealand

30 April – 4 May
Rosemount Australian Fashion Week collection
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Fashion photos of the week

 

Top fashion images from the runways of the world, including Oscar de la Renta in New York and Chanel in Paris. Chanel’s Metiers D’Art show is a collection of fall designs, arriving in-store before the main ready-to-wear line. Designer Karl Lagerfeld infused the outfits with equal parts Bombay and Paris. Click HERE to view more photos and coverage of these and other Designer Collections shown in the past few weeks, including Hair & Accessories from NYC, Paris to Korea. – - CLICK HERETop fashion images from the runways of the world, including Oscar de la Renta in New York and Chanel in Paris. Chanel’s Metiers D’Art show is a collection of fall designs, arriving in-store before the main ready-to-wear line. Designer Karl Lagerfeld infused the outfits with equal parts Bombay and Paris. Click HERE to view more photos and coverage of these and other Designer Collections shown in the past few weeks, including Hair & Accessories from NYC, Paris to Korea. – – CLICK HERE

 


Fashion Trail | Modern Mumbai

28 March, 2011 by Imran Amed, Editor  MUMBAI, India – From the minute I landed in Bombay—as everyone here still calls it—the rapidly shifting nature of contemporary India was apparent. Instead of waiting in agonisingly long queues at the airport, I breezed through immigration, customs and bag collection in only 45 minutes. That’s faster than one can make it through most terminals at Heathrow or JFK these days. Outside the airport, cranes building a new terminal towered over those waiting with signs to pick up arriving international passengers with names like Padamsee and Singh, but also Takahashi and Levine, signs of the globalisation that is quickly transforming this city into an international melting pot. The last time I attended a fashion week in India was five years ago, so when IMG kindly invited me to attend this season’s Lakmé Fashion Week, I was curious to see how things had changed. With GDP growth racing along at a blistering 8 percent per year, and a growing sense of national pride, there were bound to be changes in India’s fashion business landscape as well. ....more Read 28 March, 2011 by Imran Amed, Editor

MUMBAI, India – From the minute I landed in Bombay—as everyone here still calls it—the rapidly shifting nature of contemporary India was apparent. Instead of waiting in agonisingly long queues at the airport, I breezed through immigration, customs and bag collection in only 45 minutes. That’s faster than one can make it through most terminals at Heathrow or JFK these days.
Outside the airport, cranes building a new terminal towered over those waiting with signs to pick up arriving international passengers with names like Padamsee and Singh, but also Takahashi and Levine, signs of the globalisation that is quickly transforming this city into an international melting pot.
The last time I attended a fashion week in India was five years ago, so when IMG kindly invited me to attend this season’s Lakmé Fashion Week, I was curious to see how things had changed. With GDP growth racing along at a blistering 8 percent per year, and a growing sense of national pride, there were bound to be changes in India’s fashion business landscape as well.
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