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.
The International Woolmark Prize recipient (2015-2016), Designer Suket Dhir describes his advent into the fashion industry as ‘a moment that happened in his life’.
The master of sustainable and ethical fashion, Samant Chauhan gained popularity after the display of his Kamasutra collection at WIFW. This talented soul bagged three awards at the beginning of his career for ‘Most Innovative Fabric Development’ and ‘Best Design Collection.
The MET Gala 2019 saw a plethora of celebrities dressed in exquisite outfits, but some outfits had a unique element that others didn’t. They were 3D printed dresses by New York based fashion designer Zac Posen.
The master of weaves, Gaurang Shah is a self-taught textile designer based in Hyderabad. He’s one of the award-winning designers of our country. He has and is trying to revive the dying art of weaving and popularizing the age-old material of ‘khadi’.
There are a lot of extremely talented new designers in the industry. They are unaware of how to break into the fashion market. Most of them have done their research and reviewed all the materials available to them.
If you’re a fashion enthusiast updated with the hot new trends and commercial controversies in the fashion world, plagiarism wouldn’t come as a surprise to you. In the age of fast-fashion, designers feel the need to be innovative and creative every season.
Anju Modi is an oft-heard name in the Indian fashion landscape. A self-made woman showing no signs of slowing down. She has long been praised by the film fraternity for her exquisitely detailed costumes and film collaborations.
India is a country famous for its diverse rich culture and traditions. The Indian fashion industry has millions of years of history. Every state and region in India has its traditional dress and fashion.
For over three decades, Karl Lagerfeld was the face of one of the world’s most powerful fashion houses, CHANEL. The silver hair pulled back into a sleek ponytail, a black-tie around the collar of his turtleneck.