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New Delhi [India], June 1: The culmination of a 3-day fashion extravaganza — Delhi Times Fashion Week (DTFW), presented by Obello Life, powered by DANJ Entertainment & Co-powered by Cantabil showcasing glitz and glam through the latest trends, exclusive collections, creativity, and elegance not only dazzled the entire fashion world but also paved the way for innovative and sustainable fashion. The star studded fashion extravaganza featured exemplary to exceptional collections, presented and displayed by talented and renowned designer and highly acclaimed models/celebrities.
The high-octane Fashion Festival kicked off May 24 at The Grand in Vasant Kunj and ended on May 26. A host of celebrities and designers made glamorous appearances, as they became the showstoppers for fashion designers flaunting a variety of intricately designed clothing.
Designers such as Iti Samantha, who showcased handwoven sarees in innovative designs, wowed the audience on the runway of the first day. Silky Nanda’s new collection was presented by Palak Tiwari. Ashfaq Ahmed followed with evening gowns and cocktail dresses. Later, designer Rajdeep Ranawat showcased his collection -‘Zohra’ which was marked with the highest numbers of presenters/models including Femina Miss India 2023.
The wedding bling took over the second day of the DTFW as Bollywood actress, model Mugdha Godse, and Miss Diva Universe 2018 Nehal Chudasama along with makeup experts and influencers Leena Bhushan and Puniti Chaudhary owned the runway showcasing ‘House of Surya’s premium collection – Nazm – a mix of lehengas and sarees in muted and earthy shades and intricate embroidery. The collections showcased the beauty of Indian culture.
Sharing his experience, Raghav Mittal, Chief Creative Director and MD, Surya said, “The collection Nazm’s every outfit was intricately designed and curated for the bride and the family so that they feel like a star when they wear it just as our showstoppers demonstrated.”
Mukesh DUBBE, Arvind AMPULA and Priya MAHAPATRA presented their spring-summer and trendy collections. Chhattisgarh Tourism presented their Bilasa: Handloom Emporium by Kingshuk Bhaduri and Ekta Akhouri. Fashion lovers were in awe. Dress Code (DC) by designer Sabri Sufi and Arshi Singhal’s collections were another attraction of the day. Prashant Mazumdar’s show was followed by Rashmi Chabra’s presentation of her all-occasion ‘Just Billi’ the athleisure brand, inspired by ‘New Normal’. Danj presented the grand finale for Day 2.
The third day was dominated by institutional and fashion houses’ presentations paving the way for innovative and sustainable fashion featuring shows by LPU-School of Fashion Design and Technology, Amity University, ‘Zarana’ by Sana Khan, Diadem, Nsam Academy, VIP’s Couture which was presented by designer Vipin Aggarwal. Fashion lovers praised UMB Elegant Monarch and Cantabil for their style and emotion fabrics. Kalpana Shkla, Parineeti Chaupra and Aditya seal, among others, stunned the audience with designer outfits. Tytler’s Grand Finale showcased back fabrics in his innovative and extraordinary designs for men and women. Marks and Spencer wowed the audience with a range of collections that were made from fine fabrics and exhibited superb craftsmanship. Marks and Spencer and Siddhartha Tytler have received a lot of positive feedback.
The DTFW’s official PR & Digital Partner, Prius Communication ensured massive outreach of the 3-day fest and garnered immense success in engaging people all over India to add to the grandeur of the event.
“As an official PR and digital partner of DTFW, we got a huge response from all influencers including the media. We are excited to have delivered outstanding results for the event organizer, designers, and industry players and were able to publicize our designers’ unique perspectives on style and innovations that really created a big buzz in the fashion industry,” said Baldev Raj, Managing Director, Prius Communications.
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