The ‘Guru-Shishya’ grand finale

Last season, Amazon India Fashion Week presented by the Fashion Design Council of India came up with the guru-shishya concept, where a designer was the guru and another fashion designer who has worked under him was the shishya. It was Alpana and Neeraj who were the shishya and JJ Valaya was their mentor last season….

AIFW: Huemn’s entire collection

Sheer refuses to go off the style radar. This season too, Huemn by Pranav Mishra and Shyma Shetty presented a collection at the Amazon India Fashion Week presented by the Fashion Design Council of India with puff jackets and sheer dress. It is not easy to bring a social cause on the ramp, but for…

Show 3, Day 1 of AIFWAW17

A burst of colours is what describes Krishna Mehta’s collection the best. From long skirts, peplum blouses, stitched dhotis her collection had something for everyone. Here is a sneak peek…

Day 1 of AIFW presented by FDCI, show 2

Show 2 on day one of FDCI presents Amazon India Fashion Week was Jakarta Fashion Week presents Novita Yunus “BUMI-LANGIT”. Here is a sneak peek into the collection      


FDCI presents Amazon India Fashion Week, a four day fashion extravaganza, starts today in the capital. And the opening show bought together designers such as Akaaro, Antar-agni eka, Good Earth Neeru Kumar, Nicobar Pero, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Rohit Bal, Sanjay Garg, Suket Dhir, Urvashi Kaur and 11.11/ eleven eleven. The show was curated by The Handloom School supported…

AIFWSS17: Love for handlooms

After all the campaigns started by Indian textile minister, promoting handlooms has become designers prime motive. This season the Fashion Design Council of India had a strong opening show where 16-designer dedicated their collection to Chanderi, hand-crafted fabrics and detailing too. Apart from that, designers like Urvashi Kaur presented designs in Jamdani weaves, while Abraham-Thakore…

AIFWSS17: No spring without florals

After a Paris, Milan, London, India and New York in the past months, there were many trends that we wanted to replicate. From the quirky prints to simple silhouettes and party wear dominated the runway this season and made it to the style radar. At the Amazon India Fashion Week, we spotted designers redefining florals….