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Manish Arora unveils war-time attire at WLWF
15
Mar '08
Manish Arora presented an army of fantasy warriors which were materialising from under a masqued gate and then slowly marching down the silver crusted ramp towards a stunned audience in jam packed hall.

The imaginative armours took inspiration from all cultures across the globe and centuries such as Japanese Samurais, European medieval knights and other military attires.

The silhouettes showed typical elements like extended shoulders with protective layered shields.

Constructed costumes were encrusted with crystals and stones. Graphic cartoon characters from Disney and Japanese avant-garde artist Keiichi Tanaami as well as facial features which were translated into embroideries or beadwork demonstrated the designers celebrated colourful graphic approach to fashion design.

Motifs from Baroque tapestries and prints such as the lion head and the eagle were used to decorate parts of the garments.

The outfits were delightfully accessorised with charming winged stilettos.

Innovative and inspirational elements have been translated into futuristic fashion, clearly Manish Arora's strength.

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