New Delhi, March 4 (ANI): Indian fashion designers are making a loud noise with their Indo-fusion designs globally and following the same, Indian designer Akshay Wadhwa is all set to narrate the stories of the much revered Indian female warriors through his collection at Vancouver Fashion Week.
Going international for the very first time, Akshay’s vibrant collection will pay tribute to Indian female warriors.
The collection which took Akshay on an inspirational journey across India to Udaipur, Bangalore, Chennai and Pune where he studied the rich culture of the medieval ages will echo the stories of these influential warriors with ingenious silhouettes.
Speaking to ANI over the phone, an elated Akshay Wadhwa said, “I am really excited to debut at the 2016 Vancouver Fashion Week. It took me one month to come-up with the entire collection and the research that went in the collection was very extensive.”
The collection will be imbibed with strong designs influenced by the heritage and craftsmanship of the Mughals, Rajputs and the Chola empires.
The range shall reveal the emotions, work and spirit of women warriors. Dazzling rocks and pearls have been exhumed in the finest fabrics to make a striking difference. Fabrics like silks, georgettes, nets and satins have been sourced from various parts of India to keep the quality scales high.
In a interesting news, only three Indian Designers will showcase at the 2016 Vancouver Fashion Week. (ANI)