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India’s first MFW kicks off in style!

fashion-and-trends Updated: Sep 12, 2009 11:25 IST
Deepti Kaul
Deepti Kaul
Hindustan Times
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India’s first all men’s fashion week started with the launch of fashion maestro Ravi Bajaj’s collection at The Grand, New Delhi. It is India's first and world's third fashion event dedicated only for men. Only India has dedicated a three day fashion fiesta for males, othewise it's a day event in other countries.

As expected the show was high on adam glamour with a Harley Davidson bike on display and dashing Navin Ansal inaugurating the ramp walk.

Fashion Weeks, generally, are dominated by lean female bodies, unending legs and exotically painted faces. But this time toned six pack abs, waxed smooth chests, sinewy muscles and chiseled bodies are dominating the show.

Showcasing after a long hiatus, designer Ravi Bajaj presented self patterned suits and velvet churidars with shoes.

The colour palette moved from white, beige, burgandy to black. Ravi mixed fabric and leather to give an interesting angle to shirts and jackets. Black plain jane pants were given black crystal twist. Stoles were used differently over silk kurtas.

The collection comprised suits, structured jackets, kurtas, linen jackets, straight narrow pants, velvet and silk kurtas.

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