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A Good Year For Handloom at Lakme Fashion Week!

The recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive brought some good news for handloom. The event began with a dedicated North East handloom promotion show with 6 new designers who shocased Assamese art in contemporary look. Payal Khandwala, Gaurang Shah, Rahul Viraj, Ka-Sha, Sanjay Garg, Tulsi Silks from Chennai were the torch bearer for them.
Payal Khandwala used Banarasi fabric from vintage heirloom, used glamourised it in contemporary form so stylishly. Gaurang’s Vrindavan collection was a tale in itself as he used weaves from Patan Patola to Banarasi. Even Sabyasashi’s grand finale had loads of glitter on handloom like raw silk.

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‘Think New’ to make sustainable fabrics for ‘Future World Connection’in fashion

Education New Zealand (ENZ) and Fashion Design Council of India hosted the ‘Runway to New Zealand’, an interesting fashion fiesta, in the capital, on 13th May. The event was a culmination of a month-long journey which saw an amalgamation of creative impetus and ingenuity. It celebrated independent thinking and encouraged team work as two participants from New Zealand and India came together to curate ensembles.

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Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer,16:A Happy Note for Handlooms

“The beginning is the most important part of the work.”

The latest season of Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer,2016 began with loads of fun, vigour and fervour. The five days extravaganza was held at NSIC Ground and the whole ground was constructed specially to match the aesthetics of the event. It was looking like a beach, the MSA were specially constructed like huge huts, the waiting area was done up like a deck area with lights and live music. The ambiance was young & peppy. Everyone was enjoying being there and being himself/herself in best of their attires.

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