Fashion par excellence

Fashion par excellence


The capital witnessed a fascinating fashion show at Lure, Tavern on the Green recently.

Fashion Fiesta : Kunal Seth (centre) with models.

It was organised by Fashionista, a fashion technology school.

The show gave an opportunity to the young students of Fashionista to showcase their talent and creativity.

It was an extraordinary evening of fashion and showcasing the collection of the budding designers were the stunning Mughda Godse and Muzammil Ibrahim along with models like Laxmi Rana, Sonalika Sahai, Joe Mathew, Neha Ahuja and Carol Gracias.

The anchor for the evening was the Mumbai-based famous pop star Vandy Vadhera.

Mughda Godse and Muzammil Ibrahim were also in the City to promote their upcoming film ‘Will You Marry Me?’ Both of them seemed very excited to walk on the ramp as the showstoppers.

The show witnessed renowned personalities from the Bollywood and fashion fraternity like Abdul Haldar, Sylvie, Nasser Abdullah, Jatin Kochhar, Sapna Maken, Meenakshi Dutt, Vesna Jacob, Ashmeen Munjal, Swati Pandey Sood, Ashok Masti and Bobby Darling along with music director Anand Raj Anand, film directors Anil Sharma and Rahul Dutta.

The fashion fest gave an opportunity to talented fashion designers. The fashion show also attracted participation of some of the most creative make-up artists, trend-setting hairstylists and runway models from the fashion industry.

The amazing show had colourful and vibrant ‘sherwanis’ designed by well-known fashion designer Kunal Seth.

The designer presented his latest collection ‘Nawab’s Reincarnation’, the dream to be and feel like a nawab.

This collection reminded one of the exquisite and rich culture of the ‘nawabs’.
The models walked the ramp with clothes with a glittering work of ‘zardozi’ and red gloves.

Siddharth Agicha, a well-known Delhi-based designer who designs outfits for women, came up with his new collection of clothes.

He has established his name in the international markets of Hong Kong and Singapore.

His designer collections were vintage gowns. The specialities of the dresses designed by the artistes were the sensuality and simplicity weaved together with the finest work on them.

Mudita Chadda and Nazeer Ahmed, the budding designers from the institute, presented their collection which was inspired by the beautiful flower hibiscus. They used the concept of petals in a colour palette of red and pink.

The show was choreographed by Vijay Roy and the set was designed by ‘Tony & Twinkle’.

Bobby Darling, who was present at the show said, “The students have designed clothes which were much ahead of my expectations. The sizzling models also set chilly Delhi on fire.”