Amazon India Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2016 in association with Maybelline New York. Slated to be held at the NSIC Grounds, from Oct 7-11, 2015; being Asia’s largest fashion and trade platform, it will offer thought-provoking ideas through conversational pieces of fashion in an attempt to handcraft it for a global audience by creating timeless portraits.
Sanjay Garg gives AIFW a traditional opening. Raw Mango’s Sanjay Garg proudly showcased his love for Indian handicrafts and celebrated the ‘mashru’ textile as he inaugurated the Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2016, which also marked his debut in the Capital’s runway scene.
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Anavila Misra believes in organic materials that are soft and comfortable on the body. Her linensaris are gorgeous and wonderfully simple. Easily identifiable and highly coveted linen sari’s created by textile designer AnavilaMishra, created after years of studying craft clusters in India.
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Vineet Bahl presented his long shirt tunics with a hint of an orient influence. We love the way designer Vineet Bahl strikes a balance in his SS16 collection by uniting elements showcasing structure and fluidity.
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Rabani & Rakha:
With pearl beads, butterflies and layers of sheer fabric, the summer collection present by Rabani& Rakha was dreamy. Rabani & Rakha tried to skillfully blend tradition and experimentation for our spring-summer 2016 collection.
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Kavita Bhartia has become known for it’s quirky take on Indian wear. She showcases subtle shimmer and proved that monochromes never go out of fashion.
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Shivan & Narresh:
Closing day 1 at AIFW SS’16 were Shivan & Narresh who singled handedly dominate the resort market in India. The duo presented their spring/summer showcase with a bombardment of models in the sleek cuts with shimmering skin.
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