- Second Day added extra glam quotient to the ramp; Shazahn Padamsee walked the Runway for the day finale designer, Kaaisha by Shalini and during day Rashmi Desai walked the ramp for Designer Apoorva Mahajan and Shivani Kashyap also walked the ramp for LA-Styliste by Purvi Roy
- Vidya Institute of Fashion & Technology Student & Newgen designers showcased their Fresh & innovative collection on Day 2.
21April, 2018; After a pleasing Day 1 of the India Runway Week, here come the Day 2 collections that fiercely lit up the runway.
From laid back styles to pret and luxurious apparel, everything found a place in the India Runway Week. At Day 2 of India Runway Week’s summer 2019 edition, standout collections by designers LA- Styliste by Purvi Roy, Prahnaaya, Tvam by Mehak, Varija Bajaj, Kaaisha by Shalini and Newgen designers along with Vidya Institute of Fashion & Technology made their way to the runway. Here are the highlights from Day 2 that you shouldn’t miss: Day 2 was opened at 2nd show area of India Runway Week, Student show by Meerut based Institute, Vidya Institute of Fashion & Technology and second show at same show area, fashion Brooder Runway was Newgen designer’s show where 5 young designer showcased their collection were Sitannya by Shoumita Ganguly, House of Jas by Jyoti Garg, Sapna Gupta, Vibha Jain and Manua by Mansi at 5pm Varija Bajaj showcased a collection in which was inspired by the environmental hazards and pollution causing everyone to suffocate and whereas Apoorva Mahajan, Designer from Delhi showcased a collection which was for everyone who want to display their uniqueness. The collection focused on Pastel hues and lighter shades
and in this show Rashmi Desai walked as a showstopper. At 6 pm RIG utility clothing, showcased a brave new world of fashion a the India runway week season 11, RIG Utility clothing carries a philosophy of travelling to unexplored territories not just in the physical realm but through that an individual’s imagination .
Bollywood singer Shibani Kashyap dazzled the ramp in LA Styliste by purvi Roy, her black couture dress was embellished with paillettes. And in the same show Prahnaaya Clothing combined traditional drapes with new-age designs and cuts. The third designer Tvam by Mehak showcased Runway bride where she got a inspiration from a individuals like mother, daughter, lover, a wife, a professional, a boss and she has the right to live and live free.
The day finale show was done by Kaaisha by Shalini where Shazahn Padamsee walked as a showstopper the ramp the collection elamor was inspired by Seville architecture in spain which symbolizes a great juxtaposition of old and modern achiectect.
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