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VidyaVivek to show architectural inspired line at BFW
21
Jan '14
Blenders Pride Bangalore Fashion Week will showcase an exquisite collection “Chisel” by popular fashion designer Vidya Vivek.

Collection Brief – CHISEL

Architectural inspired collection, 3D projections of nature and monuments are the main inspiration for this range...  a music that can express the art of architecture and nature sculpture in a futuristic way is more advisable.

We live in a three-dimensional world. Every object you can see or touch has three dimensions that can be measured.

Chisel presents western attire for Indian young creative minds who wanna look ultra fashionistas.

Chisel threading its path into this world of 3D. Its world is about sculpting the all season fabrics like peached twill, Denim, Suiting satins into a unique monumental form where you can sense the height, width and depth; it adapts the unconventional techniques of TR to execute its creative ideas.

Designer Profile

VidyaVivek is a label found by designer Vidyavivek founder of Vidya Fashion Academy and the first Indian to learn the TR Techniques from Shingo Sato. Since 2011, he has been experimenting and developing new concepts for western attire for the Indian market.

Blenders Pride Bangalore Fashion Week


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