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For the seventh time, Dhruv Kapoor presents sustainable, gender-fluid ensembles at Milan Fashion Week (MFW)

17 January 2022, Mumbai:

Dhruv Kapoor debuted his new collection 'Soul Tech' at Milan Fashion Week on Sunday with a futuristic, conceptual fashion film. The designer is taking part in MFW for the seventh time.

The fall/winter 2022/2023 collection by Kapoor is a vibrant, psychedelic combination of retro inspiration with a future, gender-fluid design.

According to Kapoor, the collection also incorporates even more ecological manufacturing practices, such as repurposing materials that have been dumped by huge organisations and treating them with print and colour to create new effects.

As he uploaded his fashion film on Facebook, Kapoor declared, "Reality is a flexible illusion, a continual construction." "Human beings sense and project at the same time.

Soul Tech looks at how soul science and technology have progressed—what was previously unseen is now becoming visible, and technology is now matching the vibration of this knowingness.

Closet Diaries | Dhruv Kapoor | LBB

There's more to it than this illusion of 3-D reality." "This collection, in particular, communicates the global language of propelling into action," Kapoor said in an interview with Vogue India. 

"Changing the way we design to effect change." Up to 40% of the clothing in the fall/winter 2022-23 collection is made from waste textiles.

The label has also worked to provide jobs for acid attack survivors through the Hothur Foundation, as well as collaborative projects with a network of villages to uplift and empower artisans."

Dhruv Kapoor received his education at the National Institute of Fashion Technology in New Delhi and the Istituto Marangoni in Milan. After working for multinational labels such as Etro, Kapoor created his own label.

The brand is available in India, Europe, the United States, Japan, Australia, the Middle East, and China.

 

 

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For the seventh time, Dhruv Kapoor presents sustainable, gender-fluid ensembles at Milan Fashion Week (MFW)

Bangalore Times Fashion Week: Neeta Lulla closed the glittering event

30 December 2021, Mumbai:

Womenswear designer Neeta Lulla closed Bangalore Times Fashion Week on Wednesday evening with a glittering collection of lehengas and gowns featuring butterflies, opulent embellishments, and a classic feminine aesthetic. 

For the ‘Grand Finale’ of Bangalore Times Fashion Week, Lulla turned the runway into a butterfly garden and showcased an array of gowns and lehengas which mixed high octane glamour with an ethereal charm.

From more classic embellished red ensembles to sleek and sultry gowns in black and silver, the collection had a variety of silhouettes. 
 
Some gowns lit up in the dark to give the feeling of a fairy realm and they were presented against a stage lit up in thousands of tiny lights. The collection culminated in a full, voluminous gown featuring rainbow ruffles, glittering butterflies, a sequinned cape, and a bejeweled bodice.

Neeta Lulla’s eponymous brand is based in Mumbai and retails from its dedicated e-commerce store and stores in Delhi and Mumbai. 
 
Times Group held the sixth edition of Bangalore Times Fashion Week from December 28 to 29 and streamed the event live on Flipkart Video for Flipkart app users. The fashion week featured an array of Indian clothing and jewellery designers and aimed to promote sustainable approaches to design. 

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