fashion designer ROHAN ARORA SAYS HE desired TO CREATE a longer LASTING affect ON FASHIONISTAS AND consequently based HIS footwear series ON item SONGS
designer Rohan Arora says he desired to create an extended lasting impact on fashionistas andconsequently primarily based his footwear series on Bollywood item songs.
Arora Monday presented his series “object“, which had a variety of colourful footwear for males and females consisting of embroidered loafers and sequenced wedges, at the continuing Lakme fashion Weekwinter-Festive 2012. He says that it was stimulated with the aid of bright and colourful appearance of Bollywood object numbers.
“the collection is inspired from the item boys and women of Bollywood. An item music is alwaysremembered even supposing the film flops, in the equal way my shoes may be remembered even thoughthe outfit does not be just right for you,” Arora said after the show.
His show became accompanied by jewelry designer Nitya’s series titled Nouveau Gypsy from her label Valliyan.
With people folks tune playing within the historical past, a great ambience turned into created formodels who sashayed down the ramp flaunting gold armlets, lengthy chains with gold tassels and hand cuffs.
“My collection is based on the new age Indian gypsy women. Gypsies journey from vicinity to place with all their jewellery on. but the modern Indian woman likes to shop them at home. I need to encouragethe subculture of visiting together with your jewelry,” she defined.
jewellery designers Kavya and Sasha from the label Outhouse also presented a jewellery collection. Titled Leone d’oro, which means that the golden lion, it had strong geometric frame armaments for the cutting-edge ladies.
the collection included contemporary gold jewellery with colourful stones and “they characterize joyful celebration, electricity and fierceness,” the duo stated.
The show ended with Tanya Sharma’s garment collection – a mixture of women and men wear line –beneath her label Gaga.
The celebrity of her collection become a colourful dupatta draped like a sari on men‘s formal pants andquick collared jacket.