Indigenous fashion is an innate talent in many famous fashion designers in India and the upcoming designers too. Get to know all about the fashion designer’s launches, creations, catwalks, their views, and journeys in the Fashion Designers category.
Alber Elbaz, the fashion designer best known for his star turn leading Lanvin couture house, died on 24th April 2021 from Covid-19 at an age of 59. The sad news was confirmed by the Swiss luxury group Richemont
Fashion is an art of storytelling and a form of expression through clothes. Fashion in India or any part of the world is an adaptation of regional, cultural, and social influences.
As the corona cases in India, today are scaling to unimaginable heights, the movement of the people is getting restricted to digital imprints and the social media world. Before 2019, fashion in India portrayed a very different picture,
India has a reservoir of extensively creative and talented accessories and fashion designers, yet they are not as widely famous as their western counterparts. A wide number of fashion designers incorporate rich textiles,
“Creativity Is Never Restrictive!” According to speculated data, the country currently requires more than one lakh Interior Designers. This requirement for interior designers increased as the Indian urbanites raised expenditure on quality…
In the past few years, trends in Indian fashion have transformed buy one get one is no more what people look up to, the famous fashion designer collaborations have become the eye…
Delhi based fashion designer, Pawan Sachdeva is well celebrated across the fashion industry for his classy cuts and unique silhouettes. The fashion designer’s forte is giving a contemporary touch to the garments.
If your wardrobe is filled with clothes; most of it you don't know what to do with or how to put them into use, try upcycling and recycling them. A novel concept for the west and a culturally embedded practice for the easterners,
Wendell Rodricks was a renowned figure of the Indian fashion Industry. He was not only an extravagant fashion designer, but he was also a remarkable author, a teacher, and a strong activist who fought for all social causes in his country.
Saaksha and Kinni, the designer duo, are a PERFECT blend of the eastern and western fusion wear. Having designed embroidery swatches for brands such as Balmain, Ellie Saab, and Armani, the duo stepped into their own domain in the year 2016 introducing their label- Saakshi and Kinni.