For upcoming designer Roopa G, BFW is a platform for showcasing her latest works and an opportunity to meet fellow designers. The theme of my collection is Wonders of Dulhagarh. It s a small village in West Bengal, known for traditional hand embroideries. My Indian wear Short Prom Dresses incorporates this traditional work, offers Roopa. Her design line consists of lehengas, saris and salwars in shades of red, green, maroon and pink. The line features fabrics like chiffon, net, brocade, and chanderi. The city-based designer, who will be showcasing 24 ensembles, adds, My collection is for women who love sporting grandeur.
Pria Kataria Puri
Designer Pria Kataria Puri, who has been busy with various commitments, Prom Dresses 2012 finally showcase her designs at BFW this year. Pria, for whom fashion means a universal appeal, will be putting forth a luxury resort wear collection at BFW. My collection is for the independent fashionable woman, who likes to travel a lot, she says. The line features vibrant colours and includes tunics, dresses, kaftans and gowns, in Italian fabrics. The designs are incorporated in silk, which is light, drapes well and works Homecoming Dresses all kinds of climates, Pria says. The collection is also available in larger sizes for women, who often don t find designs that suit their fashion sensibilities.
He debuted at the last season of BFW and there has been no looking back since. Soham, who now designs for Kannada films, will be showcasing his collection titled Escape this year. This summer resort collection is inspired by nature. Vibrant hues and floral motifs depict the fresh Corset Prom Dresses of nature; the theme resembles the calm resort lifestyle, explains Soham. The line features simple and semi-casual silhouettes for both men and women and comprises of printed linen trousers, cotton summer jackets, linen tops, printed denims among others. The collection highlights digital and screen prints.
Designer Arshi Jamal, who is taking inspiration from the common man, is back at BFW this year for the third time. I love coming back to this city. BFW has gotten bigger and better, adds the young designer. This year, his collection, titled Wings of Freedom, features 22 ensembles for women and 10 for the men s segment and embodies the free and independent contemporary Indian. The line features saris, sherwanis, and lehengas in fabrics like georgette, chiffon, brocade and velvet with High Low Prom Dresses that includes stones, kundan and even flowers. The colour palette ranges from solids like black and blue to pastel shades like beige and mauve, he adds.
Also expected BFW, 2011