India Runway Week Season 7 organised by Indian Fashion for Fashion Development , (IFFD) at Thyagraj Sports Complex in New Delhi.
The Second Day Programme started with zeal and animating energy as the programme commenced with Show by Apeejay Students.Apeejay Design Institute is the Knowledge partner of India Runway Week Season 7.
“Euphoria” by Disha Doshi Gandhi.
Geometry plays a considerate part within the whole Collection.
Since winter/festive collection, we have used jackets, overcoats and scarves to complete our looks. Designer has used Vionnet draping techniques implying the digital, futuristic structure that a person distingerates into.
Collection VIDA DE FRIDA by Designer Payal & Zinal was also showcased.
Their Theme was ‘Ungender‘ where only a Human Being / Person matters not its ‘Gender’.
It was followed by an equally captivating collection by ‘Rachat’ by Shruti and Rohan ‘s collection revolves around the personal emotions of an army girl.
Its a unique collection which showcases the emotion of an army girl as what goes through her life when she decides to join army . There is dilemma , she starts missing her home , peers and family while at the same time wants to serve her nation.
It is brilliantly portrayed in this collection as it is ripped and tattered at certain parts which represents ‘the immense stress she is going through’.
The embellishments come in wherever her memories and dreams are penetrating their way through her tough exterior.
Then comes THE FLUTE ENCHANTER by Manika Surekha which has its inspiration from Lord Krishna.
According to the designer “People long for the enchantments of the rich lifestyle of lord Krishna and that is exactly what my collection lends.”
THE INDIAN DISNEY STORY”, by designer Mithi Kalra
Creatively designed Gowns and dresses are certain to catch the imagination of the young generation not only in India but the world over. Madhubani painting is practiced in the Mithila state of Nepal and in the Bihar state of India.
Designer Ravneet Toor presented ‘PERSIAN STORY’ which is inspired from the tales of Persia.
Indian bridal wear inspired by the beauty of the majestic empire will be seen on the ramp. Flowy silhouettes and intricate handwork with the mix of royal colors.
The Floral Persian Pattern Beautifully Complemented the Pink Color and the collection itself was quite fascinating.
Radhika Jindal‘s “Three Musketeers of Nature” were an amalgam of the floral and faunal motif and a direct contrast to the somber colors of fall with its exuberant hues of Deep Electric Blue, Turquoise Blue, Watermelon Pink and Sunflower Yellow.
Then came the fine collection by Yoshita Yadav from Yoshita Couture.
Yoshita Yadav , designer said “In this season’s collection, we at Yoshita Couture have used 100 per cent. Indian woven Raw Silks, woven in Varanasi and Bengaluru, depending on colour specifications. “In this collection, one can see a vivid representation of motifs taken from most famous Mughal monuments of Bara Imambara, Chhota Imambara, and the Rumi Darwaza,”
Actress Esha Gupta turned showstopper for designer Yoshita Yadav at the Indian runway week 2016. The designer showcased her collection inspired by the city of Lucknow which remains the fashion capital of Northern India.
Kairali Ayurvedic Group were the official Wellness partner and Associate partner for the event were the Big Boy Toyz.