India Fashion Week – Catch the Glimpse of Latest Fashion

Fashion Week is an event that is organized in countries every year. It lasts for about a week. It offers a great platform to several existing and budding designers to showcase their talent and skill. Many designer houses also display their collections in these fashion week events. In fact, fashion event week is a wonderful way to catch the glimpse of latest in fashion clothes. It enables the industry understand ‘what’s in’ and ‘what’s out’ for the season. Buyers, filmmakers, fashion corporate, professionals, and women love to watch these shows ‘live’ or on television.

Fashion shows are greatly adored by fashion conscious men and women. Any woman who wants to look beautiful and elegant turns to fashionable dresses and outfits. She gathers information on latest fashion from these events, which are featured on television. The popular fashion capitals are London, Milan, Paris, Rome, Melbourne, Tokyo, Sydney, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, New Delhi, and Mumbai.

Women look gorgeous in beautifully designed clothes and it boosts their power, professionalism, confidence, authority, strength, and prestige in the business as well in academic fields. It is very essential that both men and women should be properly dressed for their work, meetings, businesses and other networking events. It is significant for respect, development, and growth.

In order to let people understand what is acceptable and what is not, fashion week events are organized. Lakme India Fashion Week is one the most popular fashion events organized in India. Emerging designers along with veteran designers from across the country participate in this event. Besides designer clothes for women, these fashion events also focus on men’s collection as well as accessories.

Some of the eminent and established fashion designers who participate in these Indian Fashion week events include Abdul Halder, Anamika Khanna, Arjun Saluja, Digvijay Singh, Gayatri Khanna, Gurpreet Pia Fleming (bian), Lina Tipnis, Manish Malhotra, Neeta Lulla, Narendra Kumar & Manish Gupta (Westside), Rahul Mishra, Sabyasachi, Tarun Tahiliani, Vikram Phadnis, Virtues (Ashish, Viral, Vikrant), Wendell Rodricks, to name a just few.

The line of collection presented in these shows is in accord with the approaching season. In fact, designers offer cool coats, skirts, beautiful dresses and a huge collection of Indian saris, which look stunning. Moreover, Indian designers who come from different cultures try to project the diverse tradition in their clothes. Indian fashion week is more than mere showcasing designer collections. It is a unique platform for reaching out a large number of varied audiences.

Fashion Magazines: A Great Way to Pass Time

It has been seen that women who live at home have very difficult to pass time. For passing time, they often take help of TV, gossip with friends and shopping. But now, they can easily pass time by reading fashion magazines. The survey reveals that women are gradually adopting magazines as their hobby. The authentic news and gossips of stars are one of the main reasons behind the popularity of these magazines. The secrets of stars life regarding their diet and love affairs are finding more attention of ladies and is provoking to buy fashion related magazines.

Some magazines like American Salon and Hype Hair are focusing on the different hair style of the famous people which are also getting popularity. Women have craze to copy the latest hair styles of their famous stars. Some have very wide topics regarding fashion accessories and clothes. The ads regarding fashionable clothes and accessories are very attractive and provoke women to buy these fashionable wears.

The beauty tips of the magazine look very authentic and anyone can apply their ideas in order to get new look and shiny face. The cover story of the magazines is very interesting and is focused on the special moments of a famous personality. Also, the short stories are very inspiring which often inspire women to change their narrow thoughts.

To make fashion magazines attractive, authors try to write down some crispy news which are related to the social events and stars life. The comments of stars and fashion designers are also very interesting part of the magazine. If you are a regular reader of fashion related magazines, you should try to read some famous magazines like Vogue, Elle and Gold Coast. These magazines have very great collection of the latest fashion events, accessories, clothes, gossips, love affairs, sex and social events.

The quality of writing is very rich and is meaningful. You can surplus your knowledge of fashion related events and can splurge your knowledge in order to get good impression among friends. Such kinds of magazines are really very good for women and teenagers who want to follow the latest fashion. For them, they are one of the favorite ways to pass time.

2013 Fashion Calendar

2013 has begun and this can only mean one thing – London Fashion week! It seems like only yesterday we were watching the Spring/Summer collection of September’s parade in New York… but time flies for the busy fashionista!

To utilise your time well, it’s important to select fashion events which are relevant to you for the coming year. You can guarantee some of your favourite designers’ timetables will clash or be held countries apart; so prioritise events and outline your own fashion calendar to stay ahead.

To help you, here are a few events which should definitely grace your fashion diary this year.

• V&A Hollywood Costume Exhibition: until 27th January

Part of a series of great exhibitions at the V&A; this looks at the process involved in creating the fantastic costumes which grace our screens from Hollywood.

• London Fashion Weekend: 21st-24th February

Vodafone hosts their annual London Fashion Weekend at Somerset House where you can shop from over 100 British and International designers. Tickets cost as little as £15.50 and the event includes 13 Spring/Summer catwalk shows, a luxury complementary tote bag as well as live DJs and celebrity presenters.

• New York Autumn/Winter Show: 24th-26th February

February also hosts the New York Autumn/Winter show. Why not enjoy the opening ceremony at The Hanky Panky Club for a sneak preview of what’s going to be in fashion this autumn?

• International Fashion Sale: 8th-11th March

Head over to South Africa’s Johannesburg for this event which sells surplus stock from leading designers at competitive prices. Providing clothing and accessories for men, women and children, you can expect to find top quality merchandise from brands such as Diesel, Nike, Sketcher and Morgan.

• L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival: 18th-24th March

Showcasing a great selection of designers, this is the perfect event to see what the latest styles from Alex Perry, Gorman, Lui Hon, Morrison and Wayne Cooper are.

• Charleston Fashion Week: 19th-23rd March

A five night event taking place in Marion Square, this is the perfect place to see emerging designers from America’s East Coast.

• Mercedes-Benz Australian Fashion Week: 30th April

Last April the Mercedes-Benz Australian Fashion week took the world by storm; for a repeat performance head over to Sydney for the five-day event.

• London Jewellery Week: 7th-16th June

A great chance to take a look at emerging trends for every girl’s favourite accessory; this is the UK’s biggest jewellery festival and one which is sure to provide plenty of style inspiration.

•New Designers Exhibition: 26th-29th June

The first part of this brilliant showcase, the New Designer’s Exhibition acts as a springboard for budding graduates and provides opportunity for you to get a glimpse of the latest designs in fashion, interior design and architecture. The event is held in London.

• London Textile Fair: 17th-18th July

With great influence on the fashion scene and more than 200 exhibitions, this is the perfect event for those interested in fashionable fabrics.

• Fashion and Footwear Fair: 18th-19th August

Hosted bi-annually in Dublin, this is the perfect place to look into emerging footwear styles.