Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Another Face of India-- A Fashion Show by Budding Designers.

Here is our contribution to the world of Fashion and Modelling. This is what I shot when I visited the fashion show organised by the students' of JD INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, New Delhi. Shows another side of India indeed!! Other photos here click & here also


reena said...

Do girls in India wear that clothes?

ShantanuDas said...

How come I missed this comment so long? Yeah Ree they do wear such dresses.. not the mass or the people you see on roads and around us. But the utter rich.. those 5% of people who control the 90% of wealth of this So called developing Country.. developing or poor still because the money is concentrated in few hands and not getting distributed.

If you open Pag-3 of National English newspapers which show pictures of Parties and High Society get togethers.. you will see people were such dresses...

You can alsos see them in malls and rich market places and costly restaurants.. like in Delhietc..

ShantanuDas said...

But of course the dresses may not have so much colour or drapings etc.. I am told that they are only existing in fashion shows to promote the designer's creativity.. when the designer makes actual saleble dresses he makes it more practical..

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