DAY 1: Amazon India Fashion Week openings by Sanjay Garg

October 7, 2015 0 comments

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Polka dot lehengas, kimono sleeved kurtas, embroidered dupattas in Sanjay Garg’s signature colours made a luxurious statement with the ‘Mashru’ collection.

Sanjay Garg a craft lover is all set for the grand opening of the spring -summer edition of Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) 2016, starting October 7.The five-day fashion even will take place at the NSIC Grounds, Okhla and Garg is excited about showcasing his skills.

“The garments in this collection aim to bridge the gap between textile and fashion, and at the same time, blur the categories of traditional and modern, old and new, past and present. The garments present technical advancements in Mashru that make the ‘old’ textile contemporary, while retaining the luxuriousness that has always been an important part of it.”

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Mr Sunil Sethi, President, Fashion Design Council of India, says, “We are excited to have Sanjay Garg open the AIFW SS16, as he is a craft­lover. He has worked as a purist, never deviating from the ‘I love India’ theme. He will set the right tone for the fashion week, which celebrates the myriad crafts of the country.”

After Sanjay Garg’s amazing opening presentation of Amazon India Fashion Week in Delhi on Wednesday, here’s a glimpse of hottest happenings of the day….

Designer Anavila & Vaishali S

Delicate fringes and flowy structures create magic at Vaishali S’ understated hand-woven line. Earthy, muted tones with a warm glaze…Form follows function as always… It’s the perfect kind of summer at Anavila!

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DesignerVineet Bahl

Chinese aesthetics came to life through bead and bugle glass detailing on candy colours at Vineet Bahl’s ‘Through the looking glass’ line.

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Designer Rabani & Rakha

3D butterflies, fringed saris, tulle and lacework accompanied by glittering fabrics, ruled the runway at Rabani & Rakha.

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Designer Kavita Bhartia

Kavita Bhartia complimented the stage with myriads Indo-western. Cross-stitch embroidery in gold and nudes, and asymmetrical silhouettes stolen the heart.

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