Let the season of glam begin: Print Fashion Week is back with a bang!
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Let the season of glam begin: Print Fashion Week is back with a bang!

Bollywood’s favourite couturier Manish Malhotra opens HT City Print Fashion week 2016. His imaginative take on Indian craftsmanship is perfect for those who script their own fashion saga.

PrintFashionWeek2016 Updated: Nov 24, 2016 18:11 IST
Shara Ashraf
Shara Ashraf
Hindustan Times
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A magnificent lehenga teamed with a sheer blouse from Manish Malhotra’s collection, A Persian Story. (Waseem Gashroo/HT Photo, Shara Ashraf/Concept and Styling)

Fashion lovers, it’s time to turn every wedding fashion rule on its head! HT City Print Fashion Week 2016, our five-day fiesta takes off today on the pages of HT City. The unique celebration of fashion, supported by FDCI, brings you groundbreaking trends and refreshing style inspiration right at your door step.

For the next four days, we will showcase couture collections of leading Indian fashion designers, handpicked by them for this wedding season. We have also put together expert styling and makeup tips for you to blend traditional wear with modern, global aesthetics, ensuring that your style looks more ‘you’ and stands out in a sea of blinged out lehengas and gowns.

Our opening designer of HT City Print Fashion week is Bollywood’s favourite couturier Manish Malhotra. He presents his imaginative, modern take on traditional Indian craftsmanship, perfect for fashion renegades who live by their own fashion rules. From dramatic lehengas teamed with modern blouses to light-hearted tunics and reinvented saris, the collection is avant-garde and freewheeling, but with a traditional soul. “The collection reinvents Indian couture, celebrating old world art and craft to form luxurious garments that imbibe ancestral trends with Persian influences, mixed with global fashion trends,” says Malhotra.

First Published: Nov 22, 2016 20:15 IST