‘Blenders Pride Glassware Fashion Week’: End of year fashion 2022 – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

HYDERABAD: This year has been the hottest year we have had so far. This statement is especially true when you consider how it was in 2022 that we began to move past the phase of store closures, restricted celebrations of high-end fashion festivals and low-key weddings – a real nightmare for the fashion industry that feeds on social life.

But this industry has been rebuilt with rigor, dynamism and grace. Towards the end of the year, the city held galas like Blenders Pride Glassware Fashion Week which showcased maximalism along with sustainability. That aside, many other newbie and veteran designers cherished maximalism, but with minimal pastels.

Now from catwalk glitz to the real world. Local brands are more popular than ever, with their collections on par with or better than national and international brands. We’ve seen retro return, but with a modern twist.

A few took it even further back in time and revived the designs encouraged by the dress codes of the Mughals and Nizams. On the other hand, a few forward-thinking companies peered into their crystal ball and paved the way into the future as AI was used to predict which ensemble would suit one’s personality. With that, back to the fashion of 2022!

July 12 Dopaminergic dressing
The Covid-19 pandemic brought a lot of gloom beyond its control, but on July 12 the mood was up in an interesting way, with the dopamine band-aid. Archana from designer label Archana and Puneeth, spoke to CE about their dopamine collection which is more than just colors. It’s also about the patterns, fabrics and textures that brighten up the mood.

December 21 Ode to Women
Designer Pallavi Singhee’s label, Verb, has launched a new collection called Viaje which combines glamor and celebrates today’s women in all their glory. The designer told CE that Viaje is an ode to women owning their style – in a way that has become a sense of self.

December 13 The best of the fashion world
It is a combination of hand weaving and craftsmanship from India. On December 13, CE spoke to Archana Jaju about Jugmug. She said, Hyderabad has taste and people appreciate tradition. “Hyderabad is one of the best markets for traditional clothing.”

December 20 Viva Magenta Rules!
Pantone recently announced its color of the year 2023: Viva Magenta. On Dec. 20, the designer told CE that the shade was selected by human trends forecasters: “It’s an unconventional shade for an unconventional time.”

December 7 Fashion Tales of the Mughal Era
Ankita Lath, a NIFT graduate who has dressed actors like Anupam Kher and Dev Adhikari, spoke to CE about her designs. She had a unique way of expressing art through fabrics, and her first collection of menswear is called Atoor, honoring Mughal architecture and its beauty.

22 Nov Sustainable and Inclusive Fashion Tour
Designer Amit Aggarwal spoke with CE ahead of the 16th Annual Blenders Pride Glassware Fashion Tour on November 22. fashion & lifestyle.

April 20 Shades of Beauty
Offering shades designed for the Indian complexion, the brand is rooted in the idea of ​​making beauty products that can brave rain or shine. The mastermind behind it, Vineeta Singh, has made her presence felt in just seven years of the brand’s launch. The one who is, co-founder and CEO of SUGAR Cosmetics, has made a name for herself in the beauty and cosmetics industry and opens up to CE about her journey on April 20.

Dec 10 Fashion should be comfortable: Rashmika
Rashmika Mandana, now a top actress after her roles in Pushpa and Sita Ramam, spoke to CE on Dec. 10 about her fashion priorities and fitness regimen. Fashion for her is something very comfortable. “It’s not about having a million eyes on me. It’s more about what I feel most comfortable in and that’s what I wear,” he said. she declared.

November 22 The darlings are back!
Since scrunchies are popping up everywhere, CE speaks to makers of fun, practical, and fabulous scrunchies. No 90s movie was complete without stills of Raveena Tandon, Karishma Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai and Madhuri Dixit in colorful matching scrunchies. The accessory is fun, comfortable, stylish, funky and practical.

November 3 Dress up with fashion technology
Launched in 2015, My Perfect Fit in 2021, equipped itself with artificial intelligence technology that scans face, body type and color tone, providing a personalized shopping experience for men’s clothing. CE spoke to the brand using AI technology to deliver highly personalized grooming makeovers and dapper clothes.

September 20 Signs present themselves in style
Hyderabad’s very first handcrafted traditional jewelry brand, “Mir The Label”, offers unique pieces of men’s jewelry and accessories. During the time of the Nizams, male adornment was predominant; elegant bracelets, cufflinks, signet rings, brooches and necklaces with classic pearls were a splendor of Hyderabadi men. On September 20, CE spoke with “Mir The Label,” a brand launched by city jewelry designer Mir Raoofuddin Ali Khan that brings heritage alive.

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