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Manish Malhotra

Manish Malhotra’s areas of creativity span the broad spheres of Bollywood, design, styling, diffusion and everlasting bridal and couture. Manish is the first Costume Designer to have ventured into mainstream fashion in 1999 with his high profile couture store. He launched his own eveningwear couture label under his name ‘Manish Malhotra’ in the year 2004. Manish has showcased his collections at various International Fashion Weeks like The South-Africa Fashion Week and the Dubai Fashion Week
Products: Womenswear : Bridal Lehengas, kalidar, Sari , Gown, Diffusion wear tunic, kurta, crop tops. Menswear: Kurta, sherwani, bandi and band gala

Tarun Tahiliani

Tarun Tahiliani is a noted Indian fashion designer. With his wife Sailaja ‘Sal’ Tahiliani, he co-founded Ensemble, India’s first multi-designer boutique in 1987, followed by Tahiliani Design studio in 1990. Based in Delhi, he is best known for his ability to infuse Indian craftsmanship and textile heritage with European tailored silhouette. His signature is to combine traditional aesthetics with modern design. Over the years, he also became known for his bridalwear.
Today, after over 25 years, Ensemble has stores both in Mumbai and Delhi, and Tahiliani runs the chain with his sister Tina Tahiliani Parikh, who joined the business in 1990
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The Rubaiyat.
Kumbhback: has been inspired from the Maha Kumbh Mela. The work is done with a blend of colours which include saffron, Sunset tones, subtle rust, deep red, amber, blue, aubergine, pink and black
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Every Sabyasachi piece is lovingly, painstakingly and deliberately created by skilled artisans using the highest degree of craftsmanship, quality, devotion and care. At Sabyasachi, artistry, creativity and quality are paramount. Each handcrafted object is unique, special; the making of which involves years of learned skills, passion, enthusiasm, commitment, sincerity and which reflects a living heirloom culture.

Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Sabyasachi Mukerjee graduated from the National Institute of Fashion Technology India. Four months later, he started his eponymous label which began with a workforce of three people. In 2001, he won the Femina British Council’s most outstanding young Designer of India award, which took him to London for an internship with Georgina von Etzdorf, an eclectic designer based in Salisbury. Returning home with ideas, Sabyasachi started retailing at all major stores in India.
In 2002, Sabyasachi Mukerjee participated at the India Fashion Week which got positive feedbacks from the press. During the spring of 2003, he made his first international runway, with the “Grand Winner Award” at the Mercedes Benz New Asia Fashion week in Singapore, which paved his way to a workshop in Paris by Jean Paul Gaultier and Azzedine Alaia. In his collection “Kora” at the Lakme Fashion Week 2003, he used unbleached and hand woven fabrics with Kantha and other hand embroideries.

Ritu Kumar

Kumar’s designs focus on natural fabrics and traditional printing and weaving techniques. She has also included Western elements in her work, but has generally not innovated beyond traditional sari designs
Kumar began her fashion business in Kolkata, using two small tables and hand-block printing techniques.Beginning with bridal wear and evening clothes in the 1960s and 70s, she eventually moved into the international market in the subsequent two decades.[2] As well as shops in India, Kumar’s company has also opened branches in Paris, London and New York.
Awards:‘Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini award’ for her achievements and contribution in the field of fashion Prestigious award of “chevalier des arts et des lettres” (knight of the order of arts and letters) bestowed by the French Government in recognition of her contribution to Indian textile crafts, and traditional techniques. Outstanding Women Entrepreneur Award – PHD Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award – Kingfisher Group
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Manish Arora

MANISH ARORA is a world renowned fashion designer known for combining contemporary silhouettes with a range of traditional craft methods including embroidery, appliqué and beading. His successful debut at the London Fashion Week in September 2005, led him to receive an overwhelming response from buyers as well as from the press. At the same time his creations have been sold at 75 well-known stores worldwide such as 10 Corso Como, Pritemps and Gallery Lafayette. Invited by Didier Grumbach, MANISH ARORA has been successfully showing at Paris Fashion Week 7 since 2007 and is a member of the distinguished Federation of Pret-a-Porter in Paris. He has collaborated with many International brands such as MAC, Swatch, Nivea, Good Earth, Nespresso, Swarovski, 3 Suisse to name a few..
Style: Manish Arora is regarded by many as “the John Galliano of India”. He is known for a rich palette of psychedelic colours and kitsch motifs in garments that combine traditional Indian crafts like embroidery, appliqué and beading with Western silhouettes.

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