What happens when FDCI (Fashion Design Council of India) shakes hands with Tamana, a non-profit organization? Their friendship blooms into a stellar fashion show. Yes, you read that right.
Recently, the apex body of Indian fashion, FDCI, in association with Tamana co-hosted a heart-warming khadi fashion show called Inclusion Beyond Boundaries. The show took place at Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Delhi two days back.
The show was graced by the most coveted designers in the Indian fashion industry. Abraham & Thakore, Anju Modi, Gaurav Jai Gupta, JJ Valaya, Payal Jain, Rahul Mishra, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Rina Dhaka, Rohit Bal and Samant Chauhan showcased a series of splendid ensembles in Khadi and gave us an extraordinary show.
That was all about the show. Now take a look at this splendid collection range. You won't get how many are made from khadi here:
Rohit Bal With The Showstopper
Designer Rohit Bal sporting one of the outfits from his collection range. The pleated skirt with kurta is a remarkable combination.
Maxi Jackets + Maxi Dresses
A simple cotton wrinkled fabric dress amped by a maxi jacket embellished with floral motifs.
Designer surely knows how to ace up a dress by adding the wrap around top with a long skirt.
Ethnicity At Max
Here a simple Gujarati traditional top is paired with a beautifully designed skirt.
Play With The Moods Of Blue
This ensemble is a take on merging ethnic fashion with western outfits. A crisp blazer paired with an extra long skirt. We loved the beautiful design motifs on the fabric though.
Plaids & More Plaids
Can't get enough of your plaid love? Then take a look at this extra long maxi khadi dress.
Oh You Beautiful Skirt!
Just look at this beautiful white and blue skirt. This doesn't look khadi at all.
Look what khadi has in store for us! A beautiful cherry red pantsuit.
Asymmetric Trains Are Always Welcome!
Here designer creates a drama by adding an asymmetrictrain to the dress.
Showstoppers Part 1
All thing white and bright! From sheer sarees to splendid maxi dresses.
Showstoppers Part 1
Need a touch of green? Here it is. This collection provides a divine range of lehenga that flirts with floral motifs.