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India Fashion Week 2009 Highlights - Hippie Couture

ashish viral and vikrantThere is something just so trippy and magical happening in Indian fashion right now! New Delhi has become a hot spot for designers looking to make a name for themselves in India’s rising economy.

Although bright colors are part of the Indian aesthetic, designers like Manish Arora and Prashant Verma are taking things to the next level with outrageous shapes and futuristic themes, that are reminicent of superstars like John Galliano.

Here’s a few of my favorites below from Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2009. Click on the pictures to see the name of the designer.

Hope everyone is having a great week!
Love All Around,
Cara Mia

prashant and vermamanish arorapankaj and nidhi ahujarehane fall 2009rehaneritu kumarprashant and verma fall 2009ritu kumar fall 2009pankaj and nidhi ahuja fall 2009

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7 Responses to India Fashion Week 2009 Highlights

  1. Neira says:

    those prints are beautiful!

  2. hair bows says:

    Wow! Beautiful! Those models with hair bows are pretty cool. I wonder how they do the hairstyle.

  3. YuriNakamura says:

    stunning patterns on all the dresses.
    just beautiful.

  4. Dooder City says:

    I love the hippie feel of some of those dresses…I love the first photo…reminds me of Laugh In.

  5. Annie says:

    I love the ones with the hair bows though I detest hair bows ;))..

  6. Carlotta says:

    very powerful, love the ritu kumar amazing colors!

  7. What fabulous dresses! I love the black and white one . . . its geometry reminds me of Gareth Pugh!