Tokyo Fashion week Spring Summer 2018 Runway

Japanese runway has always been the refection of creativity from the east. With silk, powerful embroidery and open colors the eastern designers have really exhibited few futuristic fashion trends. 5-Knot : BlackEye Patch : Dresses Undressed : G.V.G.V : Hanae Mori Manuscrit : Hare : Hyke : Murral : Tae Ashida : Click Here to discover more runway Fashion Click Here to know more about fashion  Read More →

Tbilisi Fashion week Spring Summer 2018 Runway

The Tbilisi Runways were from greens to reds. With designers exhibiting flawless maxi dresses to full skirts the stage was lit. Black was the most dominant color of the runways. The Highlights from Tbilisi fashion week : Anouki : Avtandil : Bessarion : Dalood : Datuna : Djaba Diassamidze : Eloshi : George Keburia : Gola Damian : Lado Bakuchava : Lalo : Nicolas Grigorian : Situationist : Tamuna Ingorokva : Click Here to discover more runway Fashion Click Here to know more about fashionRead More →

Paris fashion week

An unexpressed dress code is found amongst the French women which requires a daily glazing. From the streets of Paris we have observed the SS18 fashion shows were not dissolved. All the events were aligned with global fashion shows and the runways were amazing. In-Home Inspirations French styled Home interiors have inspired a few designer wears of the season. We can observe patterns from sofa prints, wall decals and other patterns around the house. From the left: Loewe’s sofa-fringe ups draped around a black string blouse and shorts paired with golden leather shoes, Maison Margiela’s tapestry bodiced white shirt paired with a skirt, Louis Vuitton’sRead More →


The 30th season of India Fashion week co-ordinated by Fashion design council of India powered by was the most spectacular fashion event of Indian Fashion in 2018. DAY 1 Highlights : Celebrating 25 years within the business, JJ Valaya displayed a varied mix of event wear and dressmaking awakened by his very old art goddesses. impressed by the quiet and (typical and expected) excellence of the Sundarbans, Anupama Dayal reminded people of  ‘Jalpari’,  the imaginary being of its waters along with her mixed group of resort wear. DAY 2 Highlights : Ashish N Soni’s extended easy-to-use shading approach was used on about thirty different textures.  All textures were in shades or worked on a 3D look. Inspired by love and the regal essence of the Edwardian Era, Rhina Dhaka’s collection comprised of solid-coloured bulky dresses and broderie anglaise in a variety of fabrics. Florals proved to be a powerful representation while sheers made a clear impression. DAY 3 Highlights : Pinnacle Shruti Sancheti’s initial showcase of all-white which includedRead More →