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All a girl wants

fashion-and-trends Updated: Apr 10, 2011 15:22 IST
Vinod Nair
Vinod Nair
Hindustan Times
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Designs that were chic and young trends strutted the ramp with the biggest names in Indian fashion showing at the WIFW.

Sanskar by Sonam Dubal

The designer is someone who can narrate the Indian culture in the best possible way, that too with modernity. Mirror work, cutwork jackets, capes, thread work and elegant embroidery - his creations combine both tradition and modernity.

Small Shop by Anshu and Jason
Unlike their name, the designer-duo's creations tell a story with neatly made, stylish designs. After a short break from the runway, this designer couple once again returned with some interesting silhouettes that reflected style and substance.

S&N Drape by Shantanu and Nikhil
Young and sexy, the new line by this designer duo had all that a girl needs to look modern and elegant. Western silhouettes for a girl who has a perfect body to carry it off, the collection had all that's needed for a perfect evening.

James Ferriera
The veteran designer made a perfect debut at the WIFW, when he unveiled a fun collection that marked the perfect play with fabrics. Devoid of any surface embellishments, the designee's creations is for the chic girl.

Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna
This collection could easily be one of the best in terms of style, elegance and perfection. What this designer duo presented could be from any of the fashion capitals of the world! Excellent amalgamation of gray and darker tones with streaks of red often appearing in between, their clothes were just too irresistible!

Namrata Joshipura
With some interesting textures on dresses and jackets, Namrata Joshipura had an interesting collection with traces of muted sheen appearing through the showing.

Manish Malhotra
Intricate Kashmiri embroidery, some impeccably tailored menswear and a host of well put together Indian ensembles for women, Manish Malhotra made sure that Indian festivity belongs mostly to him.