Posted on October 17 2017
India couture week mark its existence since a decade celebrates their 10th edition this year and they always showcased incredible clothes that look grand and feel grand. Fashion Design Council of India’s (FDCI) president Sunil Sethi says “Ten years ago, nobody wanted to associate with Indian clothes and now look where we have reached! ” India couture gives chance to various countries to showcase their collections on this big platform. This year 14 countries showcased their designs during fashion week from July 24 to July 30.
Best design from Day 1 of India Couture Week 2017
Famous designers Anamika Khanna and Rohit Bal got the chance to showcase their clothes on day one, Anamika Khanna's collection called The Luxury was beautifully crafted showcased at The Kila, Mehrauli New Delhi. On the other hand, Rohit Bal’s collection was inspired by Mughals costumes and the collection named Khush Posh at Bikaner House, New Delhi.
Anamika Khanna bridal collection was loved by everyone and appreciated by the reputed designers Masaba Gupta, JJ Valaya and many others. Beautiful Lehengas represents the new age bride with Indian rituals and customs. Each and every design from her collection were eye soothing.
Rohit Bal’s menswear collection was talking about the show and Arjun Rampal was the showstopper for Rohit Bal and FDCI president Sunil Sethi also wore stylish cum ethnic Safari suit from his collection. His monochrome royal collection was bold yet stylish having heavy zardosi work on it.
Best Designs from Day 2 of India Couture Week 2017
Manav Gangwani showcased his collection called “India at 70” on day 2 of India couture fashion week. Manav’s designs were rich in embroidery and stole many hearts. Disha Patani the beautiful Bollywood beauty was the showstopper for him and she wore a beautiful black trousseau with maang tikka. Each and every design from his collection was breathtaking and his designs were an amalgamation of Indian heritage along with modern edgy elements.
Beautiful black trousseau was a tribute to our culture and art and left the audience awestruck. Beautiful black velvet lehenga with intricate royal designs and embroidery work depicting deer, horses, and elephants was so classy and elegant. His collection was a perfect blend of our old ages techniques such as chikankari, Zardozi, Gota Patti, Daabka and Parsi Gara with contemporary elements. Manav Gangwani beautifully puts kathakali with bandhani, Banarasi brocade, and Kashmiri jamawar. Kathakali face was painted and embroidered on many outfits, gold glass beads stitched on georgette, velvet, and silk to showcase ancient mosques or Mughal prints were also embossed on outfits. He displayed Parsi Gara saris with heavy borders, Anarkali jackets and Pathani lehengas in vibrant colours like green, purple, ivory, red, orange, and plum.