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Budding designers to present A/W 2008 collection at WIFW
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Jan '08
Fifteen “new” designers will exhibit their collections for the first time at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, Autumn/Winter 2008 event.

Some of these designers are well-known names from the fashion industry who have showcased their collections in India and overseas.

The names of these 15 designers are as follows:
1. Amit GT
2. Azara
3. Charu Parashar
4. Ekru by Ekta Jaipuria & Ruchira Kandhari
5. Gayatri Khanna
6. Khushali Kumar
7. Lecoanet Hemant
8. Nitin Bal Chauhan
9. Rahul Reddy
10. Ankur & Priyanka Modi
11. Atsu Sekhose
12. Aruna Singh
13. Amishi Dhanuka
14. Kokommo
15. Rinaldi Designs

Nine of these designers will be showcasing their collections on the WIFW runway, while Ankur & Priyanka Modi, Atsu Sekhose, Aruna Singh, Amishi Dhanuka, Kokommo and Rinaldi Designs will display their creations at the exhibition stall.

Announcing the names of the designers participating at the WIFW A/W 2008, Rathi Vinay Jha, Director General, FDCI, said, “I am extremely delighted to announce the names of these 15 dynamic and vibrant designers, who will exhibit their collections for the first time at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week.

Some of these designers are well-established names from the fashion industry, and I am very pleased that they will be showcasing their collections at WIFW.”

Sumeet Nair, Executive Director, FDCI, said, “We have the highest number of 'new' designers showcasing their collection at the WIFW this year.


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