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Fashion Designers In India


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  • This is a list of notable fashion designers. It includes designers of haute couture and ready to wear. For haute couture only, see the list of grands couturiers.
  • (fashion designer) couturier: someone who designs clothing
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fashion designers in india - Contemporary Indian
Contemporary Indian Fashion
Contemporary Indian Fashion
Indian haute couture is conquering catwalks worldwide. For many, Indian fashion conjures multi-colored saris and gold embroidery, but the designers featured in this volume are turning that cliche on its head by creating global styles without losing sight of tradition. This book documents the scene, with an in-depth look at designers as diverse as Fightercock (a collaboration between Abhishek Gupta and Nandita Basu, who claim on one of their t-shirts that "The Revolution must wear Fightercock"), AtpuG varuaG (who won Breakthrough Designer of the Year at the MTV and Zoom Style Awards in 2006) and Kavita Bharthia (who is known for both Indian and Western styles, impeccably finished on handlooms, which incorporate cottons and silks, scarves, stoles and knits). Other featured designers include Gayatri Khanna, Anamika Khanna, Small Shop, Anuj Sharma, Ashish N Soni, Ayesha Depala, CUE, Deepika Govind, Drashta Sarvaiya, Falguni & Shane Peacock, Manish Arora, Nachiket Barve, Namrata Joshipura, Nimita Rathod, Nitin Bal Chauhan, Prashant Verma, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Ranna Gill, My Village, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Savio Jon, Shantanu & Nikhil, Shantanu Goenka, Swapnil Shinde, Varun Bahl, Wendell Rodricks and Bounipun. Contemporary Indian Fashion offers a host of experimental techniques for textiles, pattern cutting and sculptural draping, as well as the mixing of natural and synthetic fibers and unlikely juxtapositions such as jersey or chiffon with leather.

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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan (L) and wife Gauri walk during a fashion show organised by Indian film director Karan Johar and designer Varun Bahl, on the final day of India Couture Week in Mumbai October 16, 2009. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA ENTERTAINMENT FASHION)
Alexyz Book on Goa
Alexyz Book on Goa
Renowned fashion designer Wendell Rodricks, guest of honour at the release function of Alexyz book "Goa, Goan, Goaing, Gone...?" addresses the august audience at the Black Box of the Kala Academy in Panjim, Goa, India.

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Indian Jewelry Ankle Bracelet Pairs in Silver 10 inches
Ankle bracelets or anklets are indispensable to Indian jewelry and to Indian history. Since the prehistoric times, the Indians have had a penchant for elaborately adorning their bodies with jewelry. Silver, gold, gems, and stones defined the intricacy of Indian jewelry. Indian jewelry exhibits a wide variety of styles and ornaments for almost every part of the body. During the ancient times, people religiously adorned themselves in stunning rings, necklaces, and anklets made of metals and crude stones. As jewelry making techniques advanced, Indian jewelry become more refined with gold, silver, and semi-precious stones.
Traditionally, the wearing of an anklet is an important Indian custom used to express marital status and integral to wedding garments. Today, the anklet has evolved into stylish statements that can be worn by anyone.
There are two basic types of this exquisite foot jewelry, the stiff and the flexible. Stiff anklets are either fabricated or cast by shaping and hammering sheet metals into various shapes. The artisanal techniques of chiseling, engraving, threading, granulation, chain techniques, and wire work make this handmade jewelry an exceptional piece of fine art. More commonly referred to as pajeb or jhanjhar, this flexible variety of employing a close interlocking technique is further enhanced with enticing jingle bells. It has been said that there is no better music to a lover's ears than the seductive sound coming from the steps being taken by his beloved. This beautiful sound has been a constant subject in Indian poetry for several centuries now.

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