New Delhi: To celebrate the spirit of women entrepreneurship, Fashionnquill, a restaurant space fashion server, celebrated an evening at Sirocco – The Beer Garden, to support young and budding talent.
A concept of Mohit Kumar, Mithi Kalra and Nishant Kumar Tomar, FashionnQuill as a brand creates platform for the new generation designers to showcase their talent as established designers.
“FashionnQuill is a dynamic platform dedicated to interact with the audience through the sense of fashion and expression,” said founder, FashionnQuill, Mohit Kumar.
With Alka Arya, Mrs Universe 2017, in presence, the show was graced by Designer Surbhi Goyal and other eminent personalities from the fashion industry.
“We are delighted to make such an event to happen at our place, women empowerment is a concept we believe in and support the concept also. It’s feels great to support the young talent who are working with an indomitable spirit to create new opportunities. We at sirocco believe in great hospitality and our client satisfaction to create a most cherishable experience,” said founder, Sirocco – Beer Garden, Umesh Garg.
Designer Surbhi Goyal under the label “Kransi” projected designs that showcased self-liberalised women by creating a unique preposition of sharp fashion at the horizon of logic and creativity.
On the other hand, Pavani Mittal and Neha Mittal’s label, “Happening”, displayed collection “Gul-Dastah” which speaks about how the life of women is similar to the beauty of a flower.
Kritika Hans, who runs a label “Curves on Style”, showcased eclectic mix of indian and western outfits in affordable range for every size.
Shweta Grover’s label “Rangeen Pitara” dedicated their collection to how a modern woman believes in style and comfort, they displayed comfortable silhouettes with a dash of glamour.
Akanksha Mago under the label “Akanksha Mago” displayed a wide range of ethnic and Indo western wear including dhoti sarees, tulip pants, short and long dresses and bridal lehengas.
Designer Kanika, under the label “Weaves by Kanika” displayed a collection inspired by weavers at the grass root level to create something which is organic and beautiful.