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Rituja Patel – Fashion Designer From Subhash Ghai’s Institute Whistling Woods International at Aiyanna – Fashion Graduation Show

Rituja Patel –  Fashion Designer From Subhash Ghai’s Institute Whistling Woods International at Aiyanna – Fashion Graduation Show
माँ पिता के सहयोग के बिना यह मुमकीन बिलकुल नहीं होता सुभाष घई के इंस्टिट्यूट व्हिसलिंग वूड्स से फैशन डिजाइनिंग का कोर्स करने वाली रेतुजा पटेल के फेवरिट फैशन डिज़ाइनर सब्यसाची मुखर्जी हैं । बॉलीवुड और फैशन डिजाइनिंग का एक दुसरे से गहरा कनेक्शन रहा है इसलिए आज कल के युवा फैशन डिजाइनिंग में भी गहरी रूचि ले रहे हैं और इसे कैरियर के एक विकल्प के रूप में चुन रहे हैं. भोपाल की रहने वाली रेतुजा पटेल एक ऐसी ही युवा हैं जिन्हें फैशन डिजाइनिंग में बहुत ज्यादा इंटरेस्ट है । फिल्ममेकर सुभाष घई के व्हिसलिंग वूड्स इंटरनेशनल इंस्टिट्यूट  से उन्होंने फैशन डिजाइनिंग का कोर्स किया है. मुंबई के गोरेगांव स्थित नेस्को सेंटर में हुए इवेंट में व्हिसलिंग वुड्स की ओर से ग्रेजुएशन शो का आयोजन किया गया था. ऐयांना २०१९ नाम के इस शो में रेतुजा पटेल को काफी अच्छा रेस्पोंस मिला, उनकी थीम को पसंद किया गया । इसके बाद रेतुजा पटेल पोस्ट ग्रेजुएशन का कोर्स एब्रोड में करना चाहती हैं । 12 वीं पास करने के बाद वह मुंबई आई और व्हिसलिंग वुड्स में एडमिशन ले लिया. बकौल रेतुजा पटेल ‘शुरू से ही कपड़ों के बारे में मेरी बड़ी गहरी दिलचस्पी थी. क्लोथिंग के ज़रिये खुद को एक्सप्रेस करने की इच्छा थी. व्हिसलिंग वुड्स के बारे में मुझे ऑनलाइन पता चला, इस वजह से भी मैं इस इंस्टिट्यूट से कोर्स करना चाहती थी क्योंकि यह सुभाष घई का है. फिल्मो और बॉलीवुड में भी मेरी गहरी दिलचस्पी रही है, साथ ही फैशन डिजाइनिंग और सिनेमा का कनेक्शन भी गहरा है. इसलिए मैंने सुभाष जी के इंस्टिट्यूट से कोर्स करने का सोचा ताकि फिल्मो को लेकर भी एक्सपोज़र मिलेगा. अगर मुझे मौका मिलेगा तो मैं फिल्मो में फैशन डिजाइनिंग का काम करना चाहती हूँ. मैं आलिया भट्ट और सोनम कपूर के लिए डिजाईन करना पसंद करुँगी क्योंकि दोनों एक्ट्रेस को फैशन की बड़ी अच्छी समझ है.” सब्यसाची मुखर्जी रेतुजा पटेल के फेवरिट फैशन डिज़ाइनर हैं. वह कहती हैं ”सब्यसाची हमेशा नया नया प्रयोग करते रहते हैं और उनका हार्ड वर्क हम जैसे नए लोगों के लिए बहुत इंस्पाइरिंग होता है. नीता लुल्ला भी मुझे पसंद हैं.” रेतुजा का कहना है कि सुभाष जी का इंस्टिट्यूट दो महीने का इंटर्नशिप हमें प्रोवाइड करता है. फिलहाल तो मेरा फोकस फैशन डिजाइनिंग पर है लेकिन नृत्य का भी मुझे बहुत शौक है. मेरी दिलचस्पी वेस्टर्न क्लोथिंग में ही है. चूँकि भोपाल को सिटी ऑफ़ लेक भी बोला जाता है इसलिए मेरा कनेक्शन ‘पिंक लेक’ से रहा है. इस वजह से लेक मुझे काफी इंस्पायर करते रहे हैं. मुझे पिंक कलर काफी पसंद है इस रंग से मैं बहुत ज्यादा अटैच्ड हूँ. इसलिए मैंने पिंक और लेक के कॉम्बिनेशन के अनुसार कलेक्शन पेश किया. माँ को देख देख कर भी मेरे मन में फैशन डिजाइनिंग के प्रति रूचि जगी क्योंकि फैशन उन्हें भी पसंद रहा है. मम्मी को भी कपड़ों का बहुत शौक रहा है, इसलिए शुरू से उनको देख कर भी मुझे इंस्पिरेशन मिली । रेतुजा पटेल आगे बताती हैं ”सबको लगता है कि फैशन डिजाइनिंग बहुत आसान है, लेकिन मैं लोगों को बता दूँ कि यह बिलकुल आसान नहीं है बल्कि मुश्किल काम है. इसमें हार्ड वर्क भी बहुत है । Being from the city of lakes ‘Bhopal’, from childhood I’m very much  connected to lakes so I’m inspired from something you would have  not seen that is the PINK LAKE, the place where real life & dream  meet. What inspired me the most is the pink color as pink  symbolises kind,sensitive nature which is I’m. So this is the lake in  Las Coloradas,Yucatan,Mexico. The lake is pink because of the red  coloured algae ‘rhodophyta’,’plankton’ & ’brime shrimp’. Salt is a big buisness here and so I’m using...
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A Fashionably Forward Extravaganza! Designer Students Of INIFD Borivali Showcase Their Designs At Layer’M 2019

A Fashionably Forward Extravaganza! Designer Students Of INIFD Borivali Showcase  Their Designs At Layer’M  2019
Mumbai’s biggest fashion and creative institute INIFD Borivali showcased designs by their Designer Students in the first edition of their fashion show calledLayer’M 2019. The fashion extravaganza saw esteemed dignitaries from the world of fashion and design such as Mr. Ashley Rebello, Mr. Kawaljeet Singh, Mr. Salim Asgarally, Mr. Ken Ferns, Mrs. Bhamini Subramanyam, Dr. Vaibhavi Ranavade, Ms.Manjula Jagatramka and many others,attend the event. Layer of a fabric has always been an inseparable part of human life in all the Civilizations all over the world. The journey of layering starts straight from the birth up to the end of human life. Hence, fashion, being the culmination of various creative layers, has become a vibrant phenomenon in our lifestyle. The theme for Layer’M 2019 is Aurora – Northern Lights. Aurora also known as polar lights or northern lights is a natural display of lights seen in higher latitudes created due to charged particles combined by solar winds. The beautifully lit display of colours is chosenas the theme for the year to illustrate different layers and shades of colours thatthe event brings for the audience. The collection was showcased in three different shows – Kids collection, Adult collection and the finale show featured the Best of INIFD Borivali.   Show 1 – Kids Collection – Seven collections for kids was showcased in this show. Round 1 was the high end sportswear by designers Jagriti Gehlot,Raina Shah, Riddhi Savla, Raieya Noor andSony Singh. Round 2 drove an inspiration from land of fairies by designersSameeksha Poojari, Dhanvi Solanki, Jagriti Gehlot, Drashti Jasani, Janvi Shah, Dhwanil Vora, Jinesh Tailor and Hinal Shah. Collection in Round 3 was party wear by designers JYOTI Sihag and SARITHA VEERABOHINA. Round 4 was called Ziddi Tribes by designer Khushboo Saboo. This funky casual wear for kids is inspired from the super magical unicorns. This highly energetic designs are created in those pinks blues and tinch of yellows. The print used in the collection is customized by the designer herself. This collection was presented in associated with NGO kids. Dongri to Degree, a social initiative by the youth of our society, was started by a bunch of college students at the time, in Borivali. They came together with an idea and a hope to do their small part in the betterment of the society that we live in. Round 5 was inspired from the mysteries of the fairy land by designers Hetvi Vora,Heena Khan, Pranita Jain, Ruchi Gupta,Vrushi Doshi, Riddhi Shah. Round 6 collection was playful and appropriate for the summer season for live-O-holic millennials by designers Hetvi Vora,Ranjana Singh, Jinesh Tailor, Khushboo Dayya and Kruti Shah. The seventh and final round in Kids category celebrated twinning by designers Priyal Shah, Krina Mehta, Dhwanil Vora, Heena Khan, Hinal Shah, Ruchi Gupta, Janvi Shah, Debolina Biswas and Sayli Chavan. Show 2 – Adults Collection – This show again had seven different collections showcased in seven different rounds. Round was informal wear inspired by the derby of 20th century by designersHiral Kubadia, Monali Kakkad and Akshita Furia. Round 2 collection wascontemporary wear designed in soft colours by designer Rajvi Savla. Round 3 collection was all about whilrs and Twirls by designers Komal Jadhav, Neel Modyand Krishna Shah. Round 4 collection was casual wear with use of denims and organza material by designers Sameeksha Poojari, Dhanvi Solanki, Drashti Jasani,Prapti Datta, Dhwani Darji and Dishika Kothari. Round 5 collection was inspired by the warmth of the sun by designersAishwarya Katariya, Samantha Ferreira, Pranita Jain and Vrushi Doshi. Round 6 collection was by the talented lot who have made their mark on the globe like GENNEXT@LFW and Asian Designer’s Week and their palette was inspired by Gemstone Colors. The designers werePreksha Mehta, Khushboo Saboo, Ayushi Agarwal and Richa Shah. And Round 7 collection was a fusion saree collection by designer Richa Shah. Show 3 – The Best of INIFD Borivali – The final show of the evening showcased 7 best collections of INIFD Borivali. Round 1was formal and corporate wear by designers Anupama Dhanuka, Nayla Shaikh, Menka Khushwaha, Osvita Vaz,Rakshanda Munshi, Manushi Jain, Umang Gala and Meet Shah. Round 2 collection was a flamboyant resort collection by designers Rinal Jain and Palak Dhakad.Round 3 was the dramatic fusion wear by designer Akil Daduji. Round 4 collection was fusion ethnic wear, focus being onsubtle and chic looks by designers Nupur Thirani, Ayushi Agarwal, Nidhi...
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Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Turns Show Stopper For Victor Robinson’s Collection at BT Fashion Week’19

Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Turns Show Stopper For Victor Robinson’s Collection at BT Fashion Week’19
Well known Fashion Designer, Victor Robinson  displayed his sizzling spring collection during the Bombay Times Fashion Week 2019 at St. Regis. The show was opened by actress Ridhima Pandit and the Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actress, Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya graced the occasion as the show stopper. Talking about his collection, Victor says, “My collection is called hues turely. It has a lot of vibrant colors that looks youthful and eye warming.” Robinson expresses on his association with Ridhima as well as Divyanka, “Riddima is a good friend. I asked her to open my show and she happily agreed to it. I am thankful to her.” “Divyanka is very important person in my life, she is like a family to me. She helped me to grow. I have no words to thank her. Being so busy in her schedule as she is doing 3 shows back to back, yet she took time for me. I am so greatful that she is always there for me,” adds Victor. Well, definitely the TV beauties looked prettier and merrier in Victor’s sexy summer...
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FASHION INFERNO BRINGS ONLINE BRANDS TO THE OFFLINE SPACE FOR THE BRANDS AND DESIGNERS TO SHOWCASE THEIR COLLECTION TO THE WORLD

28th October, Sunday at Moonshine café & bar Andheri west, link road – Many affordable online and offline Fashion Brands came together to create direct contact between the brand and the customers at the fashion inferno-fashion bazaar. Fashion Inferno is a platform & market place that aims at creating awareness of a brand in order to win new customers and strengthen the brand relationship with the already existing ones . The fashion Bazaar is to parallelly create a dance platform to add to the fun element and to pull more enthusiastic and excited youngsters to the Bazaar . Fashion Inferno saw the Glittering presence of some known faces from Glamour & fashion Industry Mansi Moghe (Miss Diva 2013), Iris Maity, Geeta Handa, Ken Ferns, Tahir, Aakash Dadlani, Ajay Singh, Hansa, Akshita Agnihotri, Ashish and ilda, Aziz Zee, Shakir Shaikh, Deepshikha Nagpal, DJ Shiezwood, Saru Maini, Vinod Singh, Rakesh Paul, Vivek Ganapathy, Saiba, etc.   “Fashion Inferno is not just an exhibition. I want every guest to feel home and enjoy the good things around fashion shopping and dance. I personally believe that it’s the atmosphere that creates the experience for everyone, whether the Fashion Brand or the attendee or even the venue. We believe in Teamwork and like to help each other. I also strongly support the hidden talents in India which miss to have a physical outlet where they can showcase their talent. Our intention is to help them to be discovered, for which we have created parallelly a Talent Platform Showcase for those who would want to persue their talent as a career. We have tied up with The Integral Dance for the same” says one of the faces behind fashion inferno Sheela Tiruchi who has international modeling experience of 15 years and has worked with brands like L’Oreal Paris and Kingfisher Supermodels. MTV India’s Next Topmodel Aakriti Anand, the other founder of Fashion Inferno who is a known name says,” Fashion inferno started with the compelling idea to give back something to the industry which has given me my career and fame. So we came up with the idea of promoting talented upcoming designers and online/offline brands by providing them a market place where fashion enthusiasts can shop their exclusive collections and brands get the reach to their potential customers. Generally people in India want to touch, feel and see the products before they purchase it online and thus the amalgamation of dance, style, fashion and glamour are all wrapped in our bazaar. We at Fashion Inferno help the brand to reach out to their Target Group and build trust in the brand by creating a physical outlet to showcase their products.” This fashion bazaar caters to a diverse audience, particularly the fashion-conscious Mumbaikars who can now choose from a range of specially designed collection themselves and indulge in a set of dance activities. ————Kabir...
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Re-discover magnificence in the traditional art forms of India, as Shibani Jain curates an exclusive event at the Baaya Design

Mumbai 11th October 2018: An epitome of heritage, culture and opulence; Baaya Design, a home decor store, and design studio hosted an event dedicated to art and wellness of the mind. To showcase the philosophy of ‘old things do not become extinct’, this boutique store organized an engaging session by Farhana Vohra- licensed Heal your Life workshop leader. Madhoo Shah- actor, Mr. Kiran Nagarkar- writer and applauded architects Zubin and Krupa amidst eager enthusiastic design lovers. The afternoon began on a spiritual note as the esteemed guests of honor undertook the lamp-lighting ceremony. Succeeding the ceremony, Farhana Vohra introduced Shibani Jain, CEO, and Founder, Baaya Design where the latter took the opportunity to enlighten the audience about the purpose and inception of the store. She added, “My travel expeditions led me to discover the traditional art forms and the talent that is hidden in every nook and corner of India. We at Baaya, aim to offer the Indian audience with exceptional ancient craftsmanship in the form of contemporary products and also contribute towards the welfare of the skilled artisans of India.” On a similar note, she also emphasized various objects of art and explained the symbolism behind the tree of life.   Elaborating on the current trends in interior design, the celebrated architect Zubin said, “The biggest trend is to de-clutter a space and add elements that give a personalized essence.” Talking about incorporating designs inspired by the heritage and culture of India, Krupa expressed, “One should incorporate Indian culture to cherish it and not merely for face value.” On the joyous occasion, Shibani announced the launch of the ‘Ocean Pearl’ range which is inspired by the sea, corals and various influences from life under water. As the event progressed, the guests awed at the fine craftsmanship and high quality of Baaya’s diverse products. From wall arts and soft furnishings to accessories and jewelry; every product at the store was a true amalgamation of traditional and contemporary elements. To highlight the theme -‘Positive Psyche, Positive Me’, Farhana Vohra preached the audience about the art of positive living. To achieve this, she carried out various activities with the guests, which enabled them to learn the bigger ideologies of life in the simplest manner. Emphasizing on the aspect of positive intelligence, the master of reiki said, “Happiness is not a destination. It is a journey.” With this interactive and insightful session, the event marked its end. Not only did the guests take home insights about the world of art and Karigri but also rejuvenated themselves with mantras to leading a positive and happy life. As a token of appreciation, the team at Baaya Design offered gift bags to its guests for extending their support and...
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