Vibrant India @New York Fashion Week

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For the 3rd consecutive season, India-based Inter National Institute of Fashion Design (INIFD) and London School of Trends (LST) took Indian fashion abroad by celebrating the craftsmanship of emerging Indian student designers at Vibrant India during New York Fashion Week on February 9, at the famed NYFW location 172 Norfolk St. Manhattan.

Madels walking the ramp showcasing Indian designs by INIFD designers Feb. 9, 2019, at the Vibrant India show during New York Fashion Week. (Photo: INIFD)

The fashion show is “In tandem with the 5 “F” formula given by Honorable Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi from Farm to Fiber, Fiber to, Fabric to Fashion, Fashion to Foreign,” organizers said in a press release.

India’s Deputy Consul General in New York Shatrughan Sinha, poses with the models at the Vibrant India fashion show at NYFW Feb. 9, 2019. (Photo: courtesy INIFD)

Deputy Consul General of India at New York Shatrughan Sinha, and other dignitaries, was present to support the young Indian designers.

The work showcased by Inter National Institute of Design at the New York Fashion Week Feb. 9, 2019, were a blend of Indian textiles and techniques and Western cuts and designs. (Photo: INIFD)

Inter National Institute of Fashion Design (INIFD) in collaboration with London School of Trends (LST) is the first fashion institute in the world to showcase their students’ collection at two major fashion capitals of the world New York and London for the 6th consecutive season, the press release said.

Young Indian designers of INIFD have been showcasing their work at Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai for last 22 consecutive seasons. Alongside that, aspiring designers from INIFD are showcasing their talent in London & New York Fashion Week to take the 5F formula forward, organizers said.

The show amalgamated rich Indian textiles and techniques with internationally accepted cuts and designs, according to the press release. The show was based on the themes Art & Craft, Bad Girls, Evening Wear & Tailoring.

“Models sashaying on the ramp displaying rich Indian cultural heritage blended with western aesthetics. Capturing the spirit of India with students coming from diverse backgrounds, they focused on fall winter trends while embracing a certain and exciting season,” the press release said, and indicated that the ‘Fashion glitterati’ of New York were in attendance.

 

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