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FDCI to showcase 28 of India's best designers @ VHIMW
20
Aug '09
Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), announced the much awaited list of designers showcasing their collection at the first annual 'Van Heusen India Mens Week' to be held from September 11–13, 2009 at The Grand, New Delhi. Designers will be invited to cover the widest range of men's fashion – menswear and accessories, under one roof, affording buyers and consumers the widest possible selection of fashion for men. The 'Van Heusen India Mens Week' promises to be a world class event showcasing the very best of Indian talent.

The list of designers is a combination of both established and emerging names across India who will market Indian Men's Fashion to domestic and international buyers, fashion enthusiasts, media and other industry stakeholders.

The biggest fashion trade event for men will showcase collections of 28 designers on the runway and in the stalls over a span of three action packed days. With a total of 15 shows, the 'Van Heusen India Mens Week' promises to display the very best of Indian men's fashion industry under one roof at one point in time.

Announcing the names of the participating designers for the 'Van Heusen India Mens Week', Sunil Sethi, President, FDCI said, “Designers are the core of the fashion industry and play an important role in shaping fashion trends in India. We have received an overwhelming response from the designers who want to participate in the Van Heusen India Mens Week. An eminent jury has drawn up a list consisting of both reputed and budding designers who have the right blend of creativity and commercial viability. I wish all the participating designers the very best as they gear up to participate at the first ever 'Van Heusen India Mens Week'”.

We are extremely happy that India's best designers have come together for the Van Heusen India Mens Week. It promises to be an excellent forum to showcase talent and creativity in men's fashion for established and upcoming designers. Van Heusen is committed to building a strong bridge between Indian designers and a legion of brand conscious consumer. We believe the VHIMW will position the brand clearly in the Men's fashion space.” said Mr Shital Mehta, Chief Operating Office, Van Heusen.

Participating designers:
1. Abraham & Thakore
2. ANKY m
3. Ashish N Soni
4. Aslam Khan
5. Ezma
6. Fightercock by Abhishek Gupta & Nandita Basu
7. Gaurav Gupta
8. Gunjan & Rahul
9. Himmat Singh
10. JJ Valaya
11. Kotwara by Meera & Muzaffar Ali
12. Manoviraj Khosla
13. Narendra Kumar Ahmed
14. Nitin Bal Chauhan
15. Priyadarshini Rao
16. Rajesh Pratap Singh
17. Rajvi Mohan
18. Ravi Bajaj
19. Rina Dhaka
20. Rocky S
21. Rohit Bal
22. Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna
23. Samant Chauhan
24. Shantanu & Nikhil
25. Siddartha Tytler
26. Tarun Tahiliani
27. Vijay Arora
28. Zubair Kirmani

Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) and Van Heusen are set to change the dynamics of the Indian fashion landscape, with the first seriously exclusive fashion week JUST for men. FDCI made the formal announcement of its first annual 'Van Heusen India Mens Week' and unveiled the logo of the forthcoming event recently. This was followed by auditions to identify and shortlist Male models to walk the ramp at the first 'Van Heusen India Mens Week'. The 'Van Heusen India Mens Week' positions India as the 4th Fashion Capital of the World to host an independent Men's Week.

Fashion Design Council of India


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