Wills India Fashion Week finally begins
The first day of the fashion event was cancelled after FDCI failed to get a permit from the fire safety department. Reportedly they've obtained the requisite permission and the show finally kickstarts.fashion and trends Updated: Mar 25, 2010 14:17 IST
"They've obtained the requisite permission and the shows have begun," says Sonal Kalra, HT City editor.
There was speculation about how the cancelled shows be accommodated in the already packed schedule of WIFW? Sunil Sethi, the FDCI president had said yesterday: "We have not decided as of now but there are two ways of doing it. Either we will extend the event by a day or we will accommodate today's shows (over the) next four days."
Reportedly, the event was earlier supposed to conclude on Sunday March 28. It will now go on till Monday, March 29.
The official spokesperson of FDCI has confirmed that as of now the plan for Day 2 will be followed as per the original layout. Click here for Schedule