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Just a few days after Dior held the Pre-Fall 2023 show, the heat of Mumbai has not cooled down with the appearance of Zendaya, Gigi Hadid, Law Roach, Tom Holland… and celebrities from all over the world. places in the world.
Zendaya, Gigi Hadid and many celebrities celebrate Indian fashion
Not only is it one of the largest fabric suppliers in the world, but it is also a country rich in the tradition of clothing and craftsmanship. The heritage of the subcontinent is seen in Yves Saint Laurent’s design thinking as he borrows from Kashmir-inspired tunics, turbans, and palm prints. More recently Dior has found its way to traditional Indian embroidery. And Versace, Valentino, Balmain, or Elsa Schiaparelli were similarly intrigued.
Experiencing many ups and downs, this country once again affirms an important position on the fashion map. Recently, the fashion world turned its eyes to Mumbai, India with the inauguration of the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Center (NMACC) and the exhibition India in Fashion.
Just a few days after Dior held the Pre-Fall 2023 show, the heat of the capital city of Mumbai has not cooled down with the appearance of Zendaya, Gigi Hadid, Law Roach, Tom Holland … and celebrities from all over the world. places in the world. They came together to attend the inauguration of the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Center (NMACC) and the India Exhibition in Fashion.
“Certainly joining” guests donned in spectacular traditional costumes to pay homage to the country’s rich history. In particular, many of them have worn outfits from Indian designers. Zendaya, Law Roach, and Poorna Jagannathan are embellished with designs by haute couture designer Rahul Mishra. Designer Amit Aggarwal created a dress for Priyanka Chopra by reusing fabric from a classic Banarasi brocade saree. While Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla designed a garment for Gigi Hadid taken from the jewels of the South Indian temple.
India’s impact on fashion is a complex and layered history of admiration, exploitation, and celebration. NMACC was founded by Indian billionaire businessman Mukesh Ambani to showcase a sensory journey of India’s rich cultural history through costume, performance, and visual arts.
The center is described as the “jewel” of Jio World in Mumbai, often referred to as the city of dreams. With world-class infrastructure including a 2000-seat grand theater, a four-story art house, a pavilion – a 52,627 square foot museum-like convertible area dedicated to for exhibitions and performing arts as well as a studio theater. NMACC is envisioned as a platform to highlight Indian art and culture at its best, for both audiences and artists. A real inclusion center that will nurture and inspire young talent, bringing people from all over India and the world together.
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