Wednesday 23, Sep 2020, Delhi (India)
The latest fashion news in India is- the India Couture Week, an event prominently celebrated for setting trends in Indian fashion, is going digital for the first time. The six-day long digital fashion extravaganza will spot top couturiers, taking pride in showcasing their couture films/videos and supporting good content. The celebrated event will go live on a preset show schedule. Continue reading to check the schedule and further details!
With the outbreak of COVID-19, trends in Indian fashion are no more the same. For a long time, fashion shows and events have been the bone of contention, and today, as couture takes on a new idiom, the Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) introduces 12 masters for an India Couture Week screen spectacle.
The fashion news in India states that the Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) will present the India Couture Week (ICW), in partnership with Hindustan Times, from September 18-23. The digital edition's jewelry partner is the Archana Aggarwal Timeless Jewellery.
As the trends in Indian fashion are moving towards digitalization, there is a new perspective of how the world consumes and watches luxury. Twelve style trendsetter designers, celebrated for their creativity, will present restrained virtual identities in this digital edition.
In the 13th edition of India Couture Week (ICW) 2020, twelve style mavericks- Amit Aggarwal, Anju Modi, Dolly J, Falguni Shane Peacock, Gaurav Gupta, JJ Valaya, Kunal Rawal, Manish Malhotra, Rahul Mishra, Reynu Taandon, Shantanu & Nikhil and Suneet Varma will present restrained virtual identities.
The films will stream on the Fashion Design Council Of India's digital platforms- Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and the FDCI'S official website. Check the schedule below.
The latest fashion news in India is all about the first-ever digital edition of India Couture Week, and the Fashion Design Council Of India's Chairman, Sunil Sethi, had to say this about the event, "Each designer in our engaging line up is using their canvas differently - either shooting in a traditional haveli; a modern, contemporary structure, a colonial setting or in nature,"
Sunil Sethi continued, "Some are even thinking out-of-the-box with a creative ramp show. This new format of digitization also means giving a free hand to the couturiers where they do what they feel is true to their brand ethos. Our designers will surprise you with their creativity. We are delighted to have HT support us in this initiative, as we pave the way for a multidimensional approach,"