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Posted at: Mar 23, 2017, 12:39 AM; last updated: Mar 23, 2017, 12:39 AM (IST)

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The India Intimate Fashion Week was all about oomph

The recently concluded first edition of India Intimate Fashion Week witnessed a spectacular evening amid much glitz and glamour as super models set the ramp on fire. 

Showcasing the prêt collections of India’s leading Lingerie and Resort wear designers like Nidhi Munnim, Karishma Jumani, Keith Jackson, Rajiv Mehta and jewellery designer Mona Shroff, the alluring event concluded on a mesmerising high. 

The first edition of India Intimate Fashion Week was kick-started by Sanghai-based designer of Indian origin Keith Jackson, who showcased his intimate wear and evening / cocktail gown designs collection under his brand ‘La Joli’. Miss Manipur 2016 Phapha Cara Ge Gachui walked the ramp as showstopper for his fascinating collection. 

The IIFW upped the glam quotient with the showcase of a ravishing jewellery line by internationally acclaimed jewellery designer Mona Shroff. Models sashayed down the ramp wearing her exquisite jewellery collections along with clothing line of internationally recognised fashion designer Rajiv Mehta and dancing on the tune of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa winner Sandeep Batra. To add more to the shows appeal, Bollywood and South Indian movie superstar Minakshi Dixit walked the ramp as show-stopper.

It was followed by Karishma Jumani, who showcased her collection of intimate wear ‘Fairytale Floral’ under her label ‘La Lencería’. Reflecting the ‘Sun’s out, bra’s out’ trend this season, the collection walked through the un-trodden pathway to a secret. Bollywood star Manjari Fadnis walked the ramp as a show-stopper for Karishma.

The show achieved oomph and allure with renowned designer Nidhi Mumnim’s inspiring swimwear, resort wear and sportswear collection. Bollywood actress  Dipannita Sharma walked the ramp as a show-stopper.


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