Kavita Bhartia in retrospection @ 25

Kavita Bhartia's Autumn/Winter 2015

Kavita Bhartia’s Autumn/Winter 2015

Since the launch of her label in 1989, Kavita Bhartia retrospect’s 25 years of her journey in the Indian Fashion industry and her multi-designer store Ogaan, through her Autumn/Winter 2015 collection essentially inspired by the 18th century Tapestries from the Victoria and Albert Museum. Encompassing her chic and minimalistic silhouettes, she retains her signature style for the globetrotting woman.

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Rohit Bal’s ‘Gulbagh’ unveiled at Quli Khan’s Tomb

Rohit Bal’s ‘Gulbagh’

Rohit Bal’s ‘Gulbagh’

The Wills Lifestyle Grand Finale by Rohit Bal concluded the Spring Summer 2015 edition of India’s premiere fashion & trade event – Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week. It was a magical evening at Quli Khan’s Tomb with Qutub Minar as its backdrop came alive with this magnificent show.

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Contrasting Colour Palettes at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

Sanjay Garg

Sanjay Garg

Textile designer Sanjay Garg’s label ‘Raw Mango’ brought forth a mesmerising collection featuring gorgeous Indian textiles. Sanjay’s revival of chanderi, mushru and craft traditions of West Bengal and Akola for his hand-woven textiles is nationally renowned.

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Luxurious Fabrics at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

Pramita Pandey

Pramita Pandey

‘Midway Gardens’ by Pratima Pandey- Putting an emphasis on Eco-friendly fashion that highlights craftsmanship and sustainability; Pratima Pandey’s label ‘Prama’, presented ‘Midway Gardens’ at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014.

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Anju Modi for Lakmé Fashion Week Winter Festive 2014

Anju Modi with Showstopper Jacqueline Fernandes

Anju Modi with Showstopper Jacqueline Fernandes

Anju Modi’s collection was a story of reincarnation called ‘Mahikarnika’ presented by Reliance Jewels that created a fashionable journey through time. With the Ajanta and Ellora paintings and Khajuraho sculptures as her muse for the embellishments; Anju revived the age-old craft and ancient techniques.

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