Top Indian Origin Fashion Designers

Top Indian Origin Fashion Designers

The word "fashion" may refer to a broad variety of ideas and practices. It's no secret that India's fashion sector has grown tremendously in recent years. Our style is now recognised all around the world, not only in India. Whether it is the Indian Lakme Fashion Week or the international Dubai or Paris Fashion Weeks, we have always been the standard bearers.

The people we admire for their sense of style are often referred to as "celebrities," but have you ever stopped to consider the people who really deserve all the credit? There are a lot of talented fashion designers behind every stunning outfit worn by our favorite celebs. They choose who and where to find the glitz and glamor of Bollywood, as well as what will be in trend.

If we consider ourselves fashionistas, we owe it to ourselves to learn who has had an influence on the Indian fashion business and who is helping to promote Indian textiles and handiwork internationally. Starting with the next line, you'll have instant access to a curated list of India's top famous designers.

Manish Malhotra

Manish Malhotra Costume Design

Manish Malhotra is a name that immediately conjures images of high fashion in India. One of the most common fantasies of Indian brides is to wear a Manish Malhotra lehenga. In 1998, he joined the field of Indian fashion as a costume designer and has since risen to the position of leading designer.

A number of famous people have been entrusted in his care for their wardrobe needs, both in real life and on film. Not only has he dressed Bollywood stars like Halima and Kylie Minogue, but also Hollywood A-listers like Renee Witherspoon, Michael Jackson, and a myriad of others.

Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Sabyasachi Mukherjee Costume Design

As the man responsible for the wedding lehengas worn by the women of Bollywood, his name needs no introduction. Countless brides from Bollywood have picked Sabyasachi, and the list includes stars like Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma, Priyanka Chopra, Bipasha Basu, and Soha Ali Khan.

The cultural customs of Bengali women and their clothing style that he witnessed as a young man greatly impacted his designs. He is well-known for his large-scale sculptures that integrate deeply established Indian art and rituals.

Ritu Kumar

Ritu Kumar Costume Design

Artist, historian, and musicologist, designer Ritu Kumar knows it all. She is responsible for reviving Indian artisanal traditions and bringing us wonderful new clothes design. She has been pivotal in bridging the gap between the traditional and contemporary eras.

She was honored with India's Padma Shri honor for her work in the fashion industry in 2013.

Tarun Tahiliani 

Tarun Tahiliani  Costume Design

Tarun Tahiliani is a fashion fusion name. He gained notoriety for fusing Indian and Western aesthetics. In the history of Indian fashion, he is a pioneer with the skill of blending fashion and design. Ensemble was formed in 1987 by him and his wife, Sailaja 'Sal' Tahiliani, who specialized in selling the work of several designers.

Masaba Gupta

Masaba Gupta Costume Design

There is little doubt that she is one of India's top 10 most successful fashion designers. She was born in 1989, and at the age of 19, she unveiled her collection at the Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai. She's the kind of young designer that thrives on the challenge of developing bold new concepts. Masaba is well-known for creating original and innovative prints and patterns.

Rohit Bal

Rohit Bal Costume Design

Time Magazine called Rohit Bal "India's maestro of fabric and imagination," establishing him as one of the most well-known Indian fashion designers. The lavish materials like velvet and brocades that he uses in his designs are what earn him the title of "royal designer." His shows consistently get a very large and enthusiastic audience response.

Anamika Khanna

Anamika Khanna Costume Design

In the fashion industry, Anamika Khanna is a pioneer as the founder of the pioneering Indian brand Ana Mika, which has a global presence. Her online and offline stores in India and other countries sell her wonderful creations. No other well-known designer has been able to capture the bohemian spirit of her clothes design quite as she has.

Anita Dongre

Anita Dongre Costume Design

She is the inventor of the House of Anita Dongre, as well as a multitude of sub-brands such as AND, Global Desi, Anita Dongre, and Anita Dongre Grassroot. She is a lady who has made her dreams come true by creating beautiful ensembles from the row clothing . She has a knack for incorporating timeless details into cutting-edge looks.

Manish Arora

Manish Arora Costume Design

The use of bold hues and intentionally kooky details distinguish the work of Indian famous fashion designer Manish Arora. Experts in the fashion industry have crowned him "King of Avant-Garde" for his innovative and forward-thinking creations. His name has appeared in several high-profile Indian and foreign fashion publications. Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga are just a few of the worldwide stars he's collaborated with.


Who is the richest fashion designer in India?

Manish Malhotra, with annual sales of about 230 crores, is the highest-grossing Indian fashion designer. His fashion house consistently ranks first on annual lists of India's top 10 designer brands.

Who is the youngest fashion designer in India?

The city of Thrissur in Kerala is home to Apeksha Binoj, the youngest fashion designer in India. In the seven years since she first tried her hand at fashion design, she has come up with 105 completely new looks.

What should I do to become a fashion designer?

To be a fashion designer first you need to develop skills and interest in the fashion world. You can join any fashion oriented course or you can even start without it. You have to create a portfolio of your design, join top fashion designer houses or firms, create a network and create your own client. 


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