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Gauahar Khan Walked the Ramp for Designer Rinku Sobti at Asian Designer Week on Day 1



Designer Rinku Sobti & Gauhar Khan at ADW 2The extravagant fashion evening was started in the presence of Shri Ajay Tamta, Minister of State for Textiles, who was the Chief Guest of the mega event. Shri S Srinivas, Managing Director, NHDC and Komal Singh, Deputy Inspector General were the reputed guest of honor.

The opening show of the Asian Designer Week was presented by Rinku Sobti, a registered designer of NCTD (National Center for Textile Designing) and a reputed member of the FDCI (Fashion Design Council of India). Her handcrafted garments are sold in India and retailed by several international buying houses across the globe.
The designer brought in a ‘Global Age IKAT’ line that redefines a distinct style and unparalleled beauty along with the pure cotton weaves of Mangalagiri , which makes this collection aesthetically beautiful. Blurriness and the complicated patterns of Ikat and the simplicity of Mangalagiri fabric gives way to clean and a comfortable look.

Designer Rinku Sobti has interwoven both the styles effortlessly in her collection. An array of contemporary designs that can be worn on a daily basis is carefully created by the designer. Under the India Handloom Brand has created an entire collection devoted to the Pochampalli Park. There was a a fascinating conglomerate of skirts, jackets both high and low, jumpsuits and western dresss. All of the designs featured clean cuts and strong lines. The collection is made of fine cotton, hand woven by the best craftsmen in the country that makes each design enriched with tradition and history.

Designer Rinku Sobti said, “. The idea behind making this collection is to get youngsters attached to the handloom. So this collection is very crisp and chic. I am happy to get Gauahar Khan again to walk for me as she has walked during my first show at Lakme Fashion week. Her grace and elegance is sure to complement the vibe of the design”.

This creation is an ode to the handloom tradition and skilled weavers of India. It is a true tribute to the textile heritage of this country.