Indian fashion designers always have a lucky charm with them whom they fondly call as muse. They share a special artistic bond with their favorites, which further outshines the humdrum of business entities. These artistic bonding are born out of mutual admiration for each others work in their respective fields.
The stunning muses most of the time stay loyal to their designers, popularizing their designers’ dexterity. They also bring out the succeed in bringing out their masters’ imagination into the realms of reality.
FashionLady talks about some grandiloquent designer-muse bonding in Indian fashion domain. Continue reading!
Vikram Phadnis & Malaika Arora Khan
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Unlike other designers, his creations are always focused on the wearability over the dramatic designs. A variety of contrasts keeping gold and silver at the base can be seen in his collections.
The Arora sisters (Malaika and Amrita) are the faces of his creations. Especially Malaika, who has always been his loyal admirer is Vikram’s all-time favorite. She often walks the ramp for him as his show stopper, be it Lakme Fashion Week or Blenders Pride Fashion Tour.
Rocky S & Bipasa Basu
His signature style is artistically fashioned. Flawless tailoring has enabled him to conceive designs which have more or less dominated the red carpet. His famed muse is Bipasa Basu, who is often spotted wearing his label both on and off the ramp. She is his favorite show stopper who is often seeing walking almost all leading Indian runways for him.
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Rocky S has also launched his ‘Red Carpet’ in Hyderabad recently. In his store, several other stalwart designers like Vikram Phadnis, Masaba Gupta, Narendra Kumar, Anshu Modi and Gauri & Nainika also exhibit their collections. “Red Carpet is a part of me”, he reasons. He wanted to bring in all big names from fashion industry under one roof.
Manish Malhotra & Kareena Kapoor
Bollywood’s ace designer, Manish Malhotra, is favorite among almost all Bollywood actresses. But this distinguished designer shares a special bonding with the Kapoor sisters. His larger than life creations always spell drama and charm. Striking shades and eloquent heavy embroidered borders define his style.
Although Karishma still has a special connection with him, these days Kareena Kapoor is his muse. She often becomes his show stopper and their friendship is known to all.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee & Vidya Balan
Sabyasachi’s creations reflect India’s rich tradition and are always aesthetic. His designs resemble paintings, being rich in elements, texture and individuality. His works are vintage, giving a whimsical feel. Vidya Balan is his favorite next to Rani Mukherjee. She is always seen in his creations, be it Filmfare Awards or Cannes.
Tarun Tahillani & Shilpa Shetty
Tarun Tahillani is the quintessential guru in conceiving great designs. His designs are always ethereal and give a real treat to the eyes. His collections speak luxury, sophistication and refinement.
His use of fine luxury fabrics with elaborate embellishments have has stole heart of numerous celebs. However, one celeb who has fallen for Tarun’s works is Shilpa Shetty. She has been his show stopper numerous times and is quite often spotted donning his number.
Neeta Lulla & Aishwarya Rai
This is perhaps is the only female duo who have created wonders under each other’s association. Neeta Lulla, who is best known for her Indian outfits, is one of the leading fashion designers in India. Had if not Divya Bharati died, she would have still been greatly associated with this designer.
However after Devdas happened, when people were purely talking on costumes, Aishwarya Rai was so hugely impressed by her creation that she chose her once again for her movie, Jodha Akbar.
Besides, Neeta has also designed her costumes for movies like Hum Dil Chuke Sanam, Taal, Umrao Jaan etc. She has also walked numerous times in Neeta Lulla’s creation at Cannes Red Carpet.
Well, these are some few top picks from the Indian fashion world. Hope you liked this post!