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The Outlook Of Fashion In India: The Indian fashion industry has great potential to make a mark on the world stage. Fashion traditions in India can be traced for decades. The outlook of Fashion in India is changing and growing at a rapid pace with international developments, such as the India Fashion Week, Lakme

The Indian fashion industry has progressed from a stage of infancy to a blossoming take-off. Fashion designers have contributed immensely to the awareness of fashion in India, both among Indian consumers and selected segments of the western market.


Here’s a brief about how Indian designers are making their own identity in the global fashion industry.
Manish Malhotra
Manish Malhotra

1. Manish Malhotra– The designer needs no introduction, he rules Bollywood and the celebrity fashion in India with his creativity and elegant designs. From a small boutique in town to a top-notch fashion designer globally, Malhotra has come a long way. The designer always had an instinct that he wanted to foray into the world of fashion in India and abroad. While he was working in a small boutique he learned the knick and knacks of designing. His apparels hold a hint of Indian traditions perfectly amalgamated with an international fashion essence, and this is the reason his collection is well celebrated across the world of fashion. His designs are inspired by nature, architecture, landscapes, and art. The designer has even created garments for the legendary singer Michael Jackson along with a lot of pieces for Hollywood celebrities like Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell etc. In the year 2018, the Bollywood designer turned Merino wool into a red carpet collection and this transformed the audience’s perspective towards fashion. He brought the farm-to-fashion trend, by partnering up with Woolmark. Utilizing the merino wool he created saris for women and bandhgalas and sherwanis for men in pastel hues such as ivory, yellow and blue. The designer was globally appreciated for his traditional Indian approach with a renowned brand like The Woolmark Company.


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