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Kiran Uttam Ghosh

Kiran likes creating classic garments that have a timeless appeal. She believes that good fashion should be something that you can wear and enjoy over the years, like good wine.
PTI | By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi
UPDATED ON APR 20, 2004 07:40 PM IST

Kiran likes creating classic garments that have a timeless appeal. She believes that good fashion should be something that you can wear and enjoy over the years, like good wine.

She believes in creating clothes that are have style and are wearable. Her style is shapely, well-cut, sexy clothes for women who are body conscious and confident. She uses vivid 'techno' colours that are definitely not for the faint hearted.

Her style appeals to women who are intelligent, well travelled and aware.

The silhouettes are clean, deconstructed and are mostly cut on bias. Precise engineering of the garment for perfect fit is given equal importance. Inspired by traditional Indian designs as much as international styles, she refuses to be typecast.

Kiran has just returned from Rome where her latest collection of kurtis and accessories was a runaway hit. With design houses like Renata Balestra, Valentino and even Versace looking seriously at ordering her lines.

LIFW 2003

Kiran will be presenting her latest collection on Sunday July 20, 2003.

The look: Very sexy, with deeper necklines, higher slits, daring colours, body hugging clothes that never go out of fashion

A short fitted kurti paired with a designer lungi and 'invisible' accessories - is the look that's going to be hot!

According to Kiran 'lungis' or the Indian sarong is going to be as hot as the kurti has been this year! The simplicity and versatility of the garment allows one to be as creative with it, as with a saree.

It's a simple and sexy style statement that the fashion conscious over the world will adopt easily. Its great for daywear, loungewear, and beach wear. The look can vary from demurely inviting, daringly sexy to cool & collected.

Kiran's collection won't be limited to Eastern or Western fabrics, but an interesting mix and match that bridges continents.

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