Nayaab’s fifth exhibition was recently held at The Lodhi. The three day event saw a host of designers come together with their creations and woe the fashonistas. The designers who were bound by a shared sensibility, a common ethos.
Wedding season in North India is followed by big festivals like Karwa Chowth, Diwali and Bhai Dooj. The demand for ethnic wear is highest in this season. Ushnak Mal Madan Lall is into the business of wedding wear for six generations. They continue to offer the best in quality, style, craftsmanship and trends.
The richness of traditional Indian handicrafts never ceases to amaze us. One such instance is Phulkari embroidery of Punjab. Women in the villages of this region are the practitioners of this craft. The happy designs of Phulkari are an expression of joie de vivre of life.
T’is almost the year end. Along with winding up the years work, it is time for some serious partying. To make the best of this occasion, various brands are displaying their collections at fashion shows. The Ambience Mall had organized the Ambience Fashion Week at the Vasant Kunj Mall. The collections were targeting the current winter – spring season. We attended the closing evening of the event.
Amazon India Fashion Week organised by FDCI brought together several Indian fashion designers under one roof. They displayed their Spring / Summer 2017 collection on the open air ramp of NSIC exibition complex. We enjoyed the Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna collection sipping some chilled Witlinger beer.
An odd off-beat event is always fun. Therefore, when we were invited to Face Off – the Fashion Show and Convocation of Aashmeen Munjaal’s Star Hair and Makeup Academy, we attended. The star studded line-up, the models parading in elaborate attires and heavy make up and the high tea made the evening a huge success.