Nino by By Vani Mehta, Desi Nakhre by Sakshi Bhala, AZ Couture, designer Aashish Sharma and Sharad Raghav collection, displayed their collections for kids on the ramp.
Designer Vani Mehta exhibited a mix of ethnic and contemporary designs while Aashish Sharma showcased a range of indo-western collection with interesting headgears. Desi Nakhre showcased its fairy-tale themed couture line for the first ever time on the ramp of IKFS. Sharad Raghav showcased fusion wear with a mix of eclectic colours for summers.
Priyanka Mahariya, chairperson, IKFS said “We look forward to making IKFS an equal opportunity platform for all the kids across the country.”
Glo & Gro’s Suanjana Biswas, an associate for the show, said, “At the outset, I must thank IKFS for providing us this amazing experience to deck up these little cutie pies. The show was a huge success and the audience could not stop cheering. The kids were overwhelmingly well- managed by IKFS team. I congratulate IKFS for being able to put up such a colourful extravaganza.” (HO)
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