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Ritu Beri launches ethnic wear collection in Mumbai
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Nov '12
Ace Indian fashion designer Ritu Beri has displayed her ethnic wear collection in India’s largest multi-designer luxury fashion house Kimaya in Mumbai.
 
The collection presents the rich artistic hand work of embroidery in contemporary silhouette to enhance the soft feminine appeal.
 
Several leading Bollywood stars like Bhagyashree, Payal Rohatgi, Achala Sachdev were present at the launch of ethnic wear collection.
 
Ritu Beri is the first Indian designer to present in Paris and she has showcased her collections in New York, Beijing, Mauritius, Washington, Morocco, Russia, Nairobi, Russia, Cairo, etc.
 
The prolific designer has created costumes for several international clients including former US President Bill Clinton, Prince Charles, Hollywood actresses Nicole Kidman and Andy McDowell, as well as supermodel Laetitia Casta.
 
The famed designer has also prepared outfits for Indian stars like Madhuri Dixit, Rani Mukherjee, Preity Zinta, Shobha De and Parmeshwar Godrej.
 
Kimaya provides collections of 183 designers to the elite families consisting of film stars, models, entrepreneurs and industrialists.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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