Posts tagged ‘contemporary Indian clothing’

March 19, 2017

Grand Finale at Amazon India Fashion Week AW2017

In a more unusual step, the grand finale of Amazon India Fashion Week included two designer brands: internationally acclaimed, Tarun Tahiliani and Amit Aggarwal who has a high profile in India.

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Tarun Tahiliani Grand Finale Amazon India Fashion Week AW 2017

The theme of the finale was ‘Fresh New Look’ as directed by event sponsor, Amazon.  Tarun Tahiliani showcased new contemporary

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March 18, 2017

CODE: Vineet Bahl Shows Real Winter Fashion

Vineet Bahl’s show at Amazon India Fashion Week was entitled Code and came with its own hashtags. The show notes said it was a collection for women who don’t dress to impress but are confident themselves.

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March 18, 2017

Amazon India Fashion Week: Dynamism And A Sacred Forest

Day two at Amazon India Fashion Week had beautiful array of designer collections but I wonder how many of them flock to warmer pastures during Winter. North India is bloody cold in Winter yet the South remains lovely and warm. Flimsy silks and bare legs show that only jet setters need to pay attention!

Design Duo, Hemant & Nandita’s collection was entitled Dynamism with a beautiful contrast of metallics and pastel shades:

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March 15, 2017

Day 1 Amazon India Fashion Week AW17: Parting Lips and Back to Work

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Krishna Mehta, Amazon India Fashion Week AW17

Parting Lips was the title of the Krishna Mehta show at Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017. The collection was lovely and colourful but the press release was utter gobbledegook to me as

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August 9, 2012

India, Nouveau

PCJ Delhi Couture Week 2012 couldn’t have opened with a fresher and younger look than the collection presented by Varun Bahl.  Called India, Nouveau the collection was as elegant as it was sexy with its sheer fabrics and peek-a-boo highlights whilst keeping the wearer ingeniously covered and demure!

How does one achieve all of that?  Indulge further and see for yourself:

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