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.
Delhi-based designer, Dolly Jhunjhunwala’s label Dolly J is an Indian Luxury Fashion Brand defined by Its distinctive craftsmanship, structured silhouettes, minimalist and androgynous ensembles.
The Delhi based Fashion Designer Amit Aggarwal is known for his ingenious application and sustainable fashion craft. He is the deal in cleverly transforming architecture, structures, and anatomy into fashion.
Combining Indian craftsmanship with Western Goth sensibilities is what flavors Nitin Bal Chauhan’s work. The journey of the label began right after Nitin graduated NIFT, Delhi in the year 2002.
India has gone through numerous changes and developments in the past few years, especially when it comes to the fashion industry. And it wouldn’t have been possible without the contributions of India’s finest in fashion.
A booming economy, the rise of the middle class, and celebrity endorsements – are some of the factors that have contributed to this rapid growth. In India, people are willing to spend a third...
Gaurav Jai Gupta, a Delhi based fashion entrepreneur and designer with his label Akaaro graduated from NIFT Delhi and enrolled at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London in Woven Textiles.
Akshat Bansal – Sustainable yet modern with a purpose, The designer Akshat Bansal truly represents the today through his clothing and style. The pret a porter designer has already showcased at the LFW 2018 and will be showcasing this year too.
India is known to the world for being the treasure trove of beautiful textiles and embroideries. At Bodice, we combine cutting-edge technology with traditional craftsmanship.
If you’ve been keeping up with fashion controversies circling the globe, you’d also know about Karl Lagerfeld’s fur controversy with PETA. But do you really know what happened there?