Bangalore Times Fashion Week 2019 begins today

June 2, 2019 By King

Bangalore Times Fashion Week 2019 begins today

Kavita Agarwal

’s collection


will soak you in stunning colours. It magnifies the richness of the costumes for men and women with its finest embroidery work done on the kapas and organza fabrics and splendid colours inspired by nature.
Redefine the Boho chic in you through

Label Ritu Kumar


Native Spirit

collection, which will bring out your inner gypsy. It is a contemporary interpretation of Native American subculture, as she revisits the primitive arts with a touch of modern romance.

Well-known for her theme-based bespoke creations,

Shwetha Nandakumar

’s collection, titled


, is showcasing galaxy-themed designs that are expected to appeal to next generation fashionistas.



Over The Rainbow

collection is inspired by beautiful rainy days. It comes in two mini ranges —

Electric Greys

with glow in the dark tees, monsoon greys and sparkly silver accents; and

Rainbow Brights

with dapper formals, beautiful gowns, bright festive wear and cool casuals.
The ‘rare’ in

The House of Rare

varies in each outfit they present — evident through the individualised designs of

Rare Rabbit



— for the gentleman and lady respectively.

Samant Chauhan

mostly works on hand-woven Indian textile. His collection seems simple, clean-cut and basic. Every garment goes back to yarn stage, with multiple treatments given, not only to the garment, but to the yarns and fabric as well.

JD Institute of Fashion Technology

is showcasing

Rybie Luski

, a line of evening wear;


draws elements from its Oribe Ware Pottery;


is a women’s wear collection borne from discarded fabrics using Macramé knots; Kelahiran is a timeless piece obtained from aloe vera plant;


is inspired by the concept of terraforming.


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