Where would we be without some dazzling Indian party wear?
Rabani Rakha used more traditional fabrics such as, organza which we are currently used to seeing in the Asian fashion outlets. Whereas by using neutral colours such as, creams and peaches combined with gold boarders Rabani Rakha transform the fabric into luxury fashion. I particularly admired the delicate detailing intricately placed and executed perfectly on each saree, lengha or gown.
The combination of layers, fabrics and various elements to tailor the clothing must have been a nightmare for the designers. And if anyone can pull it off in style, its South Asian fashion designers.
Rabani Rakha shows us lots of hard work and attention to detail is the way forward in Asian fashion.
All the designers have a something in common – that ‘WOW’ factor! And that’s what we all need in our wardrobes.
I hope you enjoy reading the magazine, as much as I loved sharing the hidden fashion gems and supporting women promoting their fashion business. I'm always on the lookout for inspirational women running or thinking of starting up a fashion business. If you're one, please get in touch and you can join me at one of my exclusive meetups for women with fashion businesses.