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Monday, 14 November 2011

India's Fashion


By on Monday, November 14, 2011

Fashion in India has become a growth industry with international events like the India Fashion Week and annual shows of fashion designers in the major cities of India. The triumphs of a series of Indian beauty queens at international events like the Miss World and Miss Universe contests have also made Indian models recognized worldwide. Fashion designers like Ritu Kumar, Ritu Beri, Rohit Bal, Rina Dhaka, Muzaffar Ali, Satya Paul, Abraham and Thakore, Tarun Tahiliani, JJ Valaya and Manish Malhotra are some of the well-known fashion designers in India.



Traditional costumes in India vary widely depending on climate and natural fibers grown in a region. In the cold northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, people wear a thick loose shirt called phir to keep warm. In the tropical heat of southern India, the men wear a sarong like garment called the mundu, while women cover 5 meters of cloth around their bodies in the folds of the elegant sari. Saris are woven silk, cotton and synthetic fibers. Kanjivaram, Mysore, Paithani, Pochampalli, Jamdani, Balucheri, Benarasi, Sambalpuri, Bandhini some beautiful saris varieties from different regions of India. In the dry regions of Rajasthan and Gujarat men wrap and twist a piece of cloth in the form of a dhoti around their lower limbs and a shirt-like kurta above. Colorful turbans complete the picture. In the northeastern regions of tribal communities such as Khasis, Nagas, Mizos, Manipuris and wear colorful sarong Arunachalis tissue-like clothing and woven rugs that represent the identity of each tribal group. In urban India the salwar kameez kameez and churidar, are commonly the work of women and the sari is used on formal occasions. Men wear kurtas and pajamas and a sherwani for formal wear. Western wear such as shirts and trousers are commonly worn by men across India. Jeans, shirts, capris, shorts and casual wear different types are used by the young and young at heart, which are the fashion trends in India.



About Jyoti Patel

Jyoti is a fashion and Consume designer who is well experienced in Fashion industry. She is always followed by latest fashion trends. She also loves Indian Fashion and designer clothing from India.

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