Sixth Edition: Bangalore Times Fashion Week


Fashion is a type of self-expression and autonomy expressed through clothing, footwear, lifestyle, accessories, makeup, hairdo, and body posture in a specific time and place and in a specific environment. The phrase refers to a look that is now popular in the fashion business.

Bengaluru fashion and style divas are brimming with excitement. Yes, it’s that time of year again – gorgeous fashion, stunning shows, contemporary design, glitz, glamour .The sixth edition of Bangalore Times Fashion Week is coming up returning to the fascinating city after a year , bringing with it a host of new perspectives, designs and innovations. 

The people of the city are expected to come to JW Marriot, Vittal Mallya Road, Bangalore on December 28-29, 2021, to witness this amazing event. The ramp is ready to come to life with the presence of big-name celebrities, unexpected stars, beauty pageant winners, and top influencers.

 If you have been following the fashion world, you will surely know that sustainability is indeed the buzzword these days. The COVID19 outbreak has crippled the fashion scene, forcing designers and brands to take a break and rethink their businesses, especially when it comes to responsible fashion.

 Bangalore Times Fashion Week is known to celebrate legendary designers while nurturing young talent each season. This year, for the first time, the engaging event celebrates a theme and captures the attention of fashion brands and conscious designers. A number of artisans and design pioneers come together in this edition to explore fashion through the lens of environmental, social and economic impact.

Bangalore Times Fashion Week proudly opens the fashion show with UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador and international fashion expert Bibi Russell from Bangladesh.

After modeling for global brands around the world, she returned to Bangladesh in 1994 and opened a fashion label called Bibi Productions, which incorporated elements of indigenous Bengali culture into her designs. .

 In 2004, his company employed 35,000 weavers in rural Bangladesh. Over the years, she has presented her collections at several fashion shows around the world. Its Khadi & Handloom development has earned it a unique and highly regarded position in the world for sustainability.

Bangalore Times Fashion Week will attempt to take fashion to the next level, with an inimitable element. This is truly an event all won’t want to miss.

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