Monday, September 23, 2013

Wills Lifestyle Fashion Week announces runway schedules

With Autumn knocking on our doors, the fashion industry is gearing up to showcase their newest collections at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week SS-2014.

The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), the apex fashion body in India, today announced the distinguished list of runway designers and the schedule of the biggest fashion event of the country, the WIFW Spring-Summer 2014.

The FDCI has once again brought together the most coveted names in the business of fashion. Asia's biggest five-day fashion feast takes off from Oct 9-13, 2013 at Hall no. 18 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The design extravaganza promises to unleash the latest trends and push the proverbial style envelope. 113 designers will be presenting their cutting edge designs, making it a treat for buyers and viewers.

Announcing the names of the participating designers and the schedule,
Mr. Sunil Sethi, President, FDCI, said, “WIFW highlights the limitless boundaries of design as designers showcase their creative best. A leader in the global fashion event circuit, the WIFW has the highest number of designers who choose to make this event the chosen one for their debut. The excitement is building in anticipation of what will hit the runways as established and greenhorns gear up to make their presence felt with brilliant presentations."

Mr. Atul Chand, Divisional Chief Executive, ITC’s Lifestyle Retailing Business Division said, “The Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week has always set new benchmarks in showcasing the best of Indian fashion. Continuing with our commitment to strengthen the business of fashion we present yet another glorious convergence of India's most talented designers. I wish them the very best for their upcoming shows and making a mark with their fabulous collections.”

The schedule of the fashion packed week includes the onset of the week by talented young designers, Anupama Dayal and Masaba and the display of designs by many more exciting designers.