Anamika Khanna label is a game changer in the fashion industry. Being the most-sought after designer of many celebrities, Anamika believes in the confluence of best of Indian textiles with fashionable western silhouettes and cuts. Her grip on subtle color palette and the fusion of western sensibilities to the Indian textiles made her flourish in the fashion industry.
She is the first female Indian fashion designer to exhibit her noteworthy collection at the Paris Fashion Week and the first Indian designer to have an international label called Ana Mika. She was awarded with various popular awards for her work that represented the beauty of India through the internationally acclaimed contours. Her name tops the designers list of those who thrived to reinvent the Indian ethnic wear that is desired to meet the pulse of this fashion generation. The results are outstanding – long capes, open-front jackets, draped skirts, dhoti pants, capes and lot more unpuzzled the serious case of future fashion.
Why Anamika Khanna is the designer of many celebrities?
As celebrities are synonymous to the latest fashion trends and tend to keep up with the spirit of ongoing trends, they always look for something unique to keep them elevated in the highly celebrated media world. As Anamika creations goes aptly with different occasions and gives the cutting edge appearance, divas like Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and many others likely pick up Anamika designs quite often. Her extravagant creations are regularly seen wearing by celebrities at television shows, audio launch events, movie promotions events, birthday bashes, festive ceremonies etc.
The Indian Couture Week 2016 which took place at the newly revamped bekanar’s house in Delhi is reminiscent to a fabled dynasty where kings and queens from different countries are presenting themselves in the unprecedented royal attire. However, this royal game is a united creation by eminent fashion masters of India including Manish Malhotra, Rohit Bal, Anita Dongre, Rahul Mishra, Manav Gangwan and Anamika Khanna.
With Deepika Padukone as the show stopper and Fawad Khan as the show opener, Manish Malhotra presented his ‘The Persian Story’ designs collection that lets us feel the spirit of Iranian culture and transports to the land of Persia for a while. When everything is enthralling in his creations from intricate embroideries to the grand colors, Deepika is bound to capture everyone’s eyes with her imperial lehenga that has been paired up with a drop shoulder blouse.
Kangana Ranaut relived in her renowned film name ‘Queen’ one more time as she walked for creative silhouettes master Manav Gangwani. He put before the audience some thrill and aesthetic through the collection ‘Begum-e-Jannat’ that have the fusion of heavy embroideries and mirror works.
While Romantic ivory hues weighing heavy embroidery designs from Anamika Khanna made the runway to start sizzle up, Sonam Kapoor looked like a soothing painting in the show front row as she picked one ensemble from Anamika’s latest collection.
Drawn by Russian aristocracy and Netflix series ‘Tudors’, Rohit Bal came up with a collection named ‘Kehkashan’, in which the commanding white, black and red colored attire married the opulent florals designs and bold patterns.
Holding various dimensions of luxury, this show has also witnessed the signature bridal collection from Anita Dongre too.
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