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India's top designers to showcase their works at India Fashion wee

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, Mar 6 (UNI) Some of India's top fashion designers like Manish Arora, J J Valaya, Rina Dhaka and Tarun Tahiliani as well as some upcoming designers like Gaurav Gupta and Puja Arya will showcase their collections at the India Fashion Week to be held in the capital from April 5.

Autumn-Winter pret and diffusion lines by nearly 80 fashion designers, which also include those like Abhishek Gupta and Nandita Basu, Anju Modi, Malini Ramani, Rohit Bal and Satya Paul, will be on show at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion week, to be held at the Grand from April 5 to nine, the Fashion Design Council of India announced today.

While most of the designers will be showcasing their collections on the two ramps this year, others will be displaying their garments and accessories in a specially designated trade stall area.

''We have brought together on a single platform some of the biggest names in the fashion and creative arena. We have had a fabulous response and the number of designers participating this year has been greater than ever before,''Rathi Vinay Jha, Directro General, FDCI, said.

The Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2006 is a fashion trade event that will give designers an opportunity to showcase their collections through five days of heightened business activity. The event will also preview India's best in terms of models, make up trends, hairstyles and accessories for the upcoming season,'' Mr Jha said.

The Will Lifestyle will showcase an exclusive "Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week" line at the Grand finale.


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