A flood of buyers expected at IFW
With 80 designers, 59 models, over 100 stalls and around 130 buyers, the anticipation is surely soaring high as India Fashion Week gets set to kick off in the capital from April 5-9 at The Grand.india Updated: Apr 04, 2006 12:42 IST
With 80 designers, 59 models, over 100 stalls and around 130 buyers, the anticipation is surely soaring high as India Fashion Week gets set to kick off in the capital from April 5-9 at The Grand.
Over 70 international buyers from more than 12 countries would participate along with over 90 domestic buyers at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week.
Buyers from renowned fashion houses who have confirmed participation include Harvey Nichols (London), Bloomingdales (Europe), Maria Luisa (Paris), L'e claireur (Paris), Tsum (Moscow), Selfridges (London), Harrods (London), De Bejinkorf (Amsterdam), SAKS Fifth Avenue (Dubai) and Sunmotoyama (Japan). In addition to these, 70 other buyers from the USA, UK, Kuwait, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Japan, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Australia and other countries will also be attending the event including Podium (Moscow), Jashanmaal (Kuwait),Okra (USA), Boho (London), RCKC (London), FAE – The Fashion House (Dubai), Ananda (Spain), Saaya (Japan), Moda In (Kuwait),Kiki (London), RSH – Mumbai Se (Singapore), Zamzara (Switzerland), Zinia Fashion (Kuwait), Sall Store (UK), Sumitomo (Japan) and Indomix (USA).
Among the domestic buyers participating in India's biggest B2B fashion trade event, some of the more familiar names include Be:,Alliance Merchandising ,Ogaan, Carma, Ensemble, Shoppers Stop Ltd. , Evoluzione ,Elan Couture Pvt. Ltd., Fuel, Kala Niketan, Sosa's, Kimaya, Ffolio, Elahe, Zenon, Samsaara, Mogra, and AZA.
First Published: Apr 04, 2006 12:42 IST