Friday, 30 March 2007
Lot of film stars gathered on the fourth day of fashion show…….
Influenced by the Carnaby Street look of the 60s, with style popularized by designers like Mary Quant and models Twiggy and Jane Shrimpton, Anita Dongre set the ramps rocking with the beat of that era. She presented sharply tailored dresses of feminine touches with subtle embroidery placements. Ending the show with a glamorous velvet skirt and strap blouse for actor Isha Koppikar, Anita Dongre had the right styling directions with wearable well finished garments which can please lovers of timeless fashion.
Kiran Uttam Ghosh had her stylish inspiration 'Ethelecctic' collection of quirky western and Indian wear from a lovable geek of Archie series, Big Ethel. The colors were sober, but the line of ensembles was stylishly eye catching, very wearable and unconventionally combined to present a new fashion statement. According to Kiran Uttam, Veronica may be the Valentino of Archie gang, but for Kiran it is Big Ethel with all her oddities who is her hero that has given rise to a truly fun but very wearable and saleable line of Autumn/Winter wear.
Sanchita Ajjampur’s choice of glittering embellishments was very interesting as gemstones, crystal, and a mélange of embroidery stitches decorated the garments with dragons and warlike tattoo figures. Accessories were perfectly styled and were an integral part of Sanchita's collection as she added on leather thong belts, totes with basket weave handles. For some head-turning clothes, a Sanchita creation is a must in every woman's wardrobe.
The name "Bombay" was derived from 'Bom Bahia' (The Good Bay),
.... a name given by Portuguese sailor Francis Almeida, in 1508 ....“Bounce back Mumbai” .....as it is called by the locals, it is a city that has been through a lot in the recent past – floods, bomb blasts, riots – and come out stronger each time.
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