Day 3 witnessed fusion of traditional values with modern styles. Monisha Jai Singh,Varun Bahl, and Rohil Bal showed their latest collections. While Monisha and Varun did a ramp show, Rohit Bal did media preview.
Apala signifies “most beautiful” in Sanskrit. Each design at Apala reflects exclusive style, mood and craftsmanship, made to perfection by some of India’s finest artisans. It is handcrafted with care, thought and vision, keeping in mind different personalities.
Fashion always was a huge interest of mine. I love beautiful clothes. I appreciate fine beading and lovely fabrics.
Day 4 of Will India Fashion Week saw balance between old and new. The young designers showed their creative best and experimented with fabrics and colours, whereas the stalwart of fashion industry Wendell Rodriques restricted himself to white and designs as simple as possible.
“I Prayed so much that I became a prayer myself.”
This quote of famous Saint Rumi seems so true for Mr.Rohit Bal; he has loved and lived art so much-that he has become art himself. Its been two days and I am still mesmerised with his spectacular Grand Finale. From ambience to de’cor, from music to lyrics, from dresses to presentation, everything was so soulfully done. The moonlight, Qutub Minar in the backdrop was making the ambience of Quli Khan’s Tomb so romantic & magical. Shubha Mudgal’s high pitched songs were making the surroundings highly spiritual.
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