The much talked-about exhibition was a fitting documentation of the country’s milestones that impacted the global imagination through two parallel, carefully curated narratives — the story of fashion and a visual referencing of India in its scenographies
The lingua franca of Indian fashion started taking shape in the early ’90s when designers from different parts of the country began to move out of their cocooned boutiques into the mass retail landscape, where they conceptualised exclusive brands that were built on a quintessentially Indian aesthetic. Rushmika Banerjee reaches out to three industry stalwarts, who started their careers in the same decade, and has them reimagine one of their classic designs for a contemporary buyer
Saudamini Mattu embodies the spirit of the Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla woman. As CEO at the legendary house, she steers the AJSK ship through business manoeuvres
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