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Bollywood trends mixing east with west

  • B-Town is one of the platforms to exhibit talents of the artists. The latest we heard that trends are mixing from east with west.

    Bollywood designer Neeta Lulla, is busy working on Mohenjo Daro. She says, "Designers in the industry have been adapting western trends and inspirations to suit Indian sensibilities for a while now."

    She says, “Indo-fusion mix not only creates a trendy approach to ethnic dressing but also makes it appealing enough to create a style statement.”

    She continued, “Today, we all are up to date with global fashion trends and are acquiring unique style sensibilities which whilst being understated and sophisticated are a little more edgy now than before. We are aware of the choices available to us and are more open to experimenting with silhouettes, colours and looks”.

    Rick Roy said, “It's an interesting blend, Indian and Western. As a trend it allows you the best of both worlds. You can work interesting dressing styles like a long kurti as a gown or short kurtis with formal pants, and look stylish without looking loud. I designed for Raja Natwarlal and Jannat 2 where we just mixed some classic Indian prints with denims and chunky jewelry, and it worked. It's all about stepping up your game and experimenting a bit.”   

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