India's Bombay Times Fashion Week is a three-day event that aims to offer the finest in fashion to one location while also catering to the diverse demands and tastes of fashion enthusiasts. Events for the Bombay Times Fashion Week are hosted in several locations around the nation, including Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune, and others.
This time bombay times fashion week 2022 held in Mumbai. It was a 3 day event where various celebrities slayed on the ramp.
Therefore, we brought you some best looks from the Bombay times fashion week 2022.
For Jigyam's "Kaynat" Collection on Day 2 of Bombay Times Fashion Week 2022, Dia Mirza became the Showstopper. The collection is primarily intended for the modern bride who wants both classic and trendy attire. Dia's Lehenga choli was quite bizarre. This antique lehenga from Gujarat has Kanjeevaram bandhej and ajrak designs that make it ideal for the wedding season.
Lehenga had a solid foundation of yellow color fabric with embroidery in purple, pink, blue, and black on top. Heavy necklaces in shades of green, white, and golden as well as forehead jewellery were added to the ensemble to further accentuate the wedding vibe.
Gujarati brides and their bridesmaids are the ideal candidates for this attire.
Tara Sutaria, who has become the face of Kalki fashion, also presented their "Noor" line of fall and winter clothing, which is primarily made for winter weddings. Tara's lehenga had a very regal and opulent appearance.
The shirt itself had a black background with extensive pink embroidery on it. On the other hand, the lehenga's foundation was entirely magenta, with a dense golden and pink color fabric pattern on top.
When it came to jewellery, Kalki Fashion decided to dress their star with a choker and jhumkas. The makeup artist chose nude lips and smokey eyes for her look. Her hair was pulled back into a neat bun with a wreath on top. Both the bridesmaids and a new-age bride would look stunning in the heavily embroidered style.
In a jacquard pantsuit, actor Mrunal Thakur gracefully walked down the runway for Marks & Spencer. Her hair was fashioned in delicate, middle-parted waves, and she looked lovely.
Sonakshi Sinha served as the inspiration for renowned Indian fashion designer Anju Modi's Shashwat collection, which was shown at the Bombay Times Fashion Week concluded day.
The designer's gorgeous, multicoloured lehenga that Sonakshi was wearing. She completed the ensemble with two perfectly styled dupattas while wearing the red color fabric lehenga with a full-sleeved velvet shirt. Sonakshi walked down the runway with the greatest ease and elegance. Her walk astounded the observers.
Hina took the runway for Bhawna Goenka's design for the third day of the show. The brand, which is located in India and Kuala Lumpur, is known for its bridal veils, lehengas, and dresses designed to enjoy every occasion to the fullest. This firm, with locations in Mumbai and Kuala Lumpur, aims to change the way we see fashion in India!
Though there were several lovely lehengas shown on the runway, Hina's was the most exquisite. The gorgeous actress looked stunning in a multicoloured lehenga with an intriguing mirror pattern and a yellow color fabric base.
How many fashion shows are there in India?
There are multiple fashion shows that happen in India however, shows like Lakme Fashion Week, India Bridal Fashion Week, Rajasthan Fashion Week, North East India Fashion Week, Amazon India Fashion Week, Bombay Times Fashion Week are among top shows that have popularity throughout the world.
How to participate in a fashion show as a designer in India?
Every fashion designer aspires to take part in an Indian fashion show. Fashion shows provide designers the chance to get the necessary exposure and experience for development and success in the fashion industry, particularly for the young, aspiring designers.
If you are an inspired fashion designer then you can also take part in such shows by searching about them, choose one and register yourself for the show.
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