Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Bengal Fashion Week 2014 - Runway

I have finally edited the runway photos nicely enough, I didn't take as many as I did last time. I believe in taking fewer shots of things I like and taking good enough ones at that. So, I am finally going to apply that for fashion shows as well. But, all my not so good, but decent shots will feature on my facebook page soon enough. So keep your eyes open, (if you are interested).

A.D.Singh
His show started with a model doing a fusion dance performance to the instrumental version of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal". But, he won me over when for the final walk his models walked to this track from "The Last of the Mohicans" - ♫The Kiss
 
A.D.Singh

Reshmi Ghosh for A.D.Singh

Jattinn Kochhar
Monochrome, stripes and pop colours for make-up ruled his show. The make-up partner for the Bengal Fashion Week was The Body Shop, and the shades used in this show were from their Colour Crush Range. These are my favourite looks and prints from the show.

Jattinn Kochhar

Jattinn Kochhar

Jattinn Kochhar

Jattinn Kochhar

Now can you tell me which designers have shown footprints and cow prints before?
And since you all liked the backstage shots post, I have a few others for your eyes only coming up soon.



14 comments:

  1. That cow print is just gorgeous! x

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    1. then you should check this other designer, masaba gupta.

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  2. Love ur pics :) Mine are a blurry hot mess :(

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    1. Thank you :)
      Sorry about yours though. But, many of mine were blurry too.

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  3. Debi, these are superb girl! I'm glad you're showcasing fashion designers from India. Maybe I'm not connected to other bloggers from India, but none of my readers are showing fashion from India. If you have some bloggers that you can suggest (that I can follow) I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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    1. I try to showcase them as much as possible, but since I don't really showcase fashion as much as personal style it gets spaced out. I will let you know which other indian blogs to follow..apart from Anupriya DG's.

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  4. I love JK's monochrome, something to look forward from his collection on which I can lay my hands on !
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    1. get the printed stuff if you do go for it :)

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  5. wonderful photos thank you for sharing these!
    xo Ilana @ My Modern Vintage

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