It’s not necessary to be hunky and muscled to be a fashion model. Kolkata based Ad Prasenjit Das proves that a lean and lanky frame can be equally an asset when it comes to fashion editorials.
Out of six young designers who will be showcasing their talent at the Gen Next show at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 in August, three are presenting menswear collections.
The Mod’Art India student’s fashion show had us impressed with their collections. But it was young Ashly Noronha who had us give him a standing ovation for his eclectic menswear designs.
MAX Fashion presented the second edition of MAX Design Awards with a Grand Finale where fifteen fashion students got to unleash their creativity and reach out to the world of fashion with their innovative designs.
The girls of Sophia College in Mumbai presented Tvashtra’16 – their annual fashion show by the graduating students of their fashion design course. Check out the avant garde creations they displayed on the ramp.
Dhruv Vaish is a young and upcoming designer from New Delhi who specialises in men’s wear. This season at Lakme Fashion Week, he will be a presenting a collection called A Hippie At Heart.
From Bajirao (and his Mastani) to Mario Miranda‘s vibrant cartoons and MF.
Tej Sisodia from New Delhi describes himself primarily as a theatre actor.