Indian Designer Show ends with trendy designs

New Delhi, December 29 (UNI) The second edition of the India Designer Show ended on a sparkling note with spectacular and avant-garde lines from Indian designers.

The one-day fashion exhibition was organized by Modern Stage Events and sponsored by AB Motoss, an Indian electric two-wheeler manufacturing company in association with TiJiL Interior by Nipa Jain.

The great extravaganza of fashion presentation started with an eccentric collection by Ms. Rosy Ahluwalia for which the very gorgeous Munmun Dhamecha paraded in an alluring outfit. Next in line was a nice offering from Kailash Chand Warq Wala, a concept designer who highlighted Gold and Silver Warq as Body Wraps by acclaimed artist Mr. Sanjay Mittal.

The bouncy show was a sight to see with impressive Indo-ethnic collections from various designers. The Coco by Bawa by Surjeet Bawafrom Australia label was one such collection.

Shalini Poddar later presented her Spring 2022 collection revoking the importance of expressions through her aesthetic concepts of colors and silhouettes under the Aashvik Opulence label. Her collection reflects the young, confident, but culturally rooted aspects of India and therefore resonated well with the country’s youth. Plus, this is Shalini’s very first collection that celebrates freedom and open-mindedness. Her parade was followed by an access ramp presenting the collections under the AS Couture label of Yashika Nijhawan from Gurgaon.

The second show featured stylish fashion statements in wedding and party outfits from top designers like Amit Talwarr from Delhi, Poshak Bridal Emporio by Monika Bhatia from Jammu. Designer Arshi Singhal’s Bare and Blur Couture brand presented an exquisite designer clothing collection under the name “KASTOORI” – A Royal Extract. Spring-Summer 2022 “KASTOORI” collection is inspired by the regal beauty of Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, which surely took the public to a picturesque place and the amazing works of art of design with the essence of Taj Lake Palace added drama to the overall decor. . Designer Arshi Singhal with her label Bare and Blur promises to deliver modern trends in the truest traditional sense.

The third show of the evening added an impeccable element of glamor by showcasing classic Indian collections like sarees, suits and kurta pajamas for men by Angad Creation From Jammu and unique Indo-Western dresses under the luxury couture brand. Karigiri by the duo of sisters Sulakshana & Arpita De Pritampura Delhi.

KARIGIRI is an ethnic women’s clothing with a touch of contemporary style for today’s fashion-savvy women. Keeping the ethnic touch, the collection features dresses, lehengas and draped style clothing.

Sulakshana and Arpita with their brands have been featured in Wedmegood and Shaadiwish and are worn by many celebrities as well. It is the vision of the sisters that leads the brand to address the national and international markets through several multi-designer stores.

With the intention of bringing together the elements of luxury, sophistication and opulence of today’s global fashion life on one platform, the second edition of this designer show was a great success with a few designers. exciting.

Sharing the enthusiasm for the completion of the second edition, Ronit Aggarwal, Founder and Organizer of IDS, said: “We envisioned this platform to create a common global stage where our extremely talented Indian designers showcase their magnificent collections showcasing Indian culture and sophisticated glamor. Happy and honored with yet another successful edition, we aim to make this platform worldwide recognition with a strong Indian root showcasing intricate handwork and craftsmanship.

The event was sponsored by AB Motoss, supported by E Smart Consulting Group, Associate Gifting Partner -The Body Care Slimming & Beauty, and interior and art designer TiJiL Interior by Nipa Jain. Roseate House was the site partner.

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