Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Blenders Pride Bangalore Fashion Week 2014 ends with a grand finale

Roohafza keeps it traditional, while Rwitti Roy plays with bold prints; Aslam Khan expresses his love for surface ornamentation; Manoviraj Khosla grooves the audience with a live band and a lively collection during the grand finale of the 10th edition of Blenders Pride Bangalore Fashion Week 2014.

The finale day saw the opening by Rwitti Roy. The label Rwiti inspired by Indian folk and pop art the bags are vibrant, vivacious and spirited. Combining different textures of fabric and leather, with bold graphics and sophisticated designs Rwiti collection was a head turner.

Designer Roohafza , qualified in finance degree, but transformed into designer by passion The collection is a plethora of ensembles in pure silks, Georgette, Chiffon delicately done up zardozi and appliqué work on kalamkari print.

Aslam Khan’s models showcased voluminous embroidered lehengas with elaborate borders. Gotta was extensively used to accentuate the appeal of leheria lehengas, as they glittered with Swarovski; a perfect attire for any Indian bride. The Patiala shalwars in brocade and net swayed to the notes of BFW tunes paying homage to the rich culture and large-hearted people of Punjab.

With a live band performance by ‘One Night Stand’ Manoviraj Khsola’s collection showcase got the crowd grooving to the retro tunes.

The collection is a tribute to Bangalore since this was the 10th edition of the Blenders Pride Bangalore Fashion Week. Primarily a party collection…something you would wear for a night out in town with friends. It is a fun, party collection meant to be worn when fun is the only thing in your mind.

There is a wide range of vibrant colors used that rightly showcase the light heartedness of the collection. There is a good blend of linen, velvet, silks and organzas and sequin fabric for women.
Tulip Joshi stunned the audience with her presence as a showstopper for Manoviraj Khosla.