New Delhi [India], April 30 (ANI): The Day Two of the summer edition of India Runway Week (IRW) was dedicated to promote young textile designers with contemporary styles, western cuts in Indian textiles.
Young and new designers - Muskaan Agarwal, Tresha Parikh, Sejal Jain, Neha and Shivangi, Thhreads by Purnima Gulati opened the Day 2.
Designer Muskaan Agarwal made her debut in India Runway week 2017 Day 2.
'Pinessaa' by Neha and Shivangi presented their collection 'SKINN', a genre of women clothing that is artistically crafted, rooted in Indian sensibilities but affluent in its western outlook, one that combines grace with easy functionality and presents a universal appeal by fusion appareling.
'Pinessaa' feels privileged in presenting styles that differentiate you from the crowd and giving a whole new dimension of dressing. Purnima Gulati, a zesty designer, carries a subtle sense of dressing to devote to the society by expressing her affection for handloom via her label "Thhreads".
Handloom, it is a reflection of our inheritance, our dedication, our charm and the heart of our weavers in each and every inch of the fabric.
'CRMSON' by Nancy Sood collection emphasised on the woman who glows in every shade diligently.
Glamour takes the mercury a few notches higher when actress Gauhar Khan walked for the duo Vinita and Chetan.
Preranaa designer from Kolkata presented 'Kali, the essence of power'.
Tisharth by Shivani Jain brings GOLDEN SUMMER DREAM which is the colour of the sun and Golden are the dreams we weave, golden is the color of goddess and is considered as pious and sacred.
Inspired by the bright morning blooms from the world over, Ruchika Hurria's Ruh woman's Indo-Western attire was designed to dazzle.
'Glory Of The Mobile Shrine' by Shravan Kummar showcased a range of hand painted sarees and modern silhouettes
The evening was marked with glitz and grandeur, with models strutting down the runway, donning the cutting edge collection at Thyagaraj Sports Complex in New Delhi.
Indian Fashion Industry has seen a movement towards make in India, and "homegrown" when it comes to textiles.
The textiles of India have gotten all the big designers and young brigade of designers on presenting some of their best collection in textiles of India.
After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constant effort of 'Make in India', Indian Textiles has been promoted vastly. Not to forget the emerging designers have come up. Organic cotton, tie and die and khadi has seen major attractions. (ANI)