Young designers shine at WIFW, lure buyers

The stage was set for a big leap and the brigade of young designers, including Samant Chauhan and Rahul Mishra, caught the buyers’ attention with their collections that have the desi themes made with Indian textiles and weaves.

The spring-summer edition of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) concluded Wednesday with many young designers impressing the buyers from around the globe with their unique design aesthetics and out-of-the-box presentation.

From debutante Payal Pratap – wife of ace designer Rajesh Pratap Singh – to designers like Atsu Sekhose, Nachiket Barve, Anand Bhushan and Aneeth Arora — all impressed buyers from Japan and other European nations.Read more
Courtesy : timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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