New Delhi: In Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/ Winter’ 2016- AIFW A/W’16, the most creative ideas from creative designers’ minds have brought in reality. On third day of AIFW A/W’16 week, the designer- Shruti Sancheti would bring the splendors of Turkey on Indian Fabrics. Also, designer- Rohit Kamra is all set for his debut in the upcoming Fashion Design Council of India- FDCI AIFW A/W’16 with a specially curated menswear show.
In her own words, Shruti’s idea which she gave birth in 2014, in Turkey, finally took shape as ‘Constantinople’ eight months back. Now, she will showcase the Turkey’ inspired collection on the Day 3 of the AIFW A/W’16
It was during the summer holidays in June 2014 that designer Shruti Sancheti stood awestruck in the Turkish capital of Istanbul. Mesmerised by the intricacies of Islamic architecture, Sancheti was taken in by the cross-cultural creative influences peppered across the city.
The 39-years- old designer and also the Owner of the Label ‘Pinnacle by Shruti Sancheti’, stated that the City she visited was having a modern touch to it, with the very traditional roots in the Muslim Community. She told to have surprised by seeing such an combination of the traditional designs with modern visibility to it. Consequently, she decided to do collection on it.
The idea that was born in 2014, finally took shape as ‘Constantinople’ eight months back. Now, Sancheti will showcase the Turkey-inspired collection on Day 3 of the Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter’16 (AIFW A/W16).
It is notable that designer- Rohit Kamra whose name is usually the first to crop up, when the issue is regarding the person responsible for the revival of Jodhpur jackets and breeches on the Indian Fashion Scene. The 43- years- old Kamra is set up for these events, after a remarkable journey of more than Eleven years in the menswear fashion industry.
He shown his excitement in his words that “this was something in my mind for years”, he told that he will discuss this with President, FDCI- Suni Sethi, who started his career by designing uniforms for Scindia’s Hotel- Usha Kiran Palace’ staff in the year 2005.