A name that spells inimitable style and versatility, ‘Urvashi Kaur’ is a label that offers a distinct range of prêt & demi couture ensembles for women.Urvashi’s creations are handcrafted to perfection, with meticulous attention to detail. Unconventional drapes & rich textural treatments on fabrics is her forte. Her prowess lies in presenting eclectic forms & varied looks from separates through the use of layering.
The label is launched by two design graduates Bhumica and Hiral . Former having studied from NIFT- Bangalore , and latter having a background in design from SNDT-PVP Mumbai. Together, they bring the grandeur, the grace and the modernity in their collection.
Taking best from both worlds, their style is an eclectic mix of drapes,
The designer duo, Hemant and Nandita began their charismatic journey at NIIFT, pursuing a three - year degree in Fashion Design. Hemant worked with fashion designer Aparna Jagdhari Wangdi while Nandita assisted Malini Ramani. Later they launched their progressive label: “Hemant & Nandita”
An alumni from NIFT , New Delhi, having won 3 awards in 2004, he made an international mark by wining men’s wear collection at Singapore Fashion week 2005. Samant chauhan retails through several high profile designer stores in Israel, Moscow, London and Singapore. He Says, “Silk is a metaphor for me, an indirect way of going back to my roots & bringing to the present the essence of my past
Rohit Verma is a popular name in the world of fashion. Talent, verma admits, is not something that can be bottled in.. He displayed a range of clothes collections at the London fashion week. Verma wherein he displayed at the British Asian Hafta Awards in Birmingham in 2008. He has also designed over 200 garments for the television serial Saas Bahu.
Having graduated from NIIFT (Chandigarh, INDIA) in 2002 with the choicest Most Creative & Viewers Choice Award- Parvesh & Jai made their fashion footing in vogue. By 2004 they were already designing for Bollywood celebrities and for the band Trickbaby (London). With two major studios already set up in the heart of South Delhi,
Fashion happened to Malini quite by accident when life was pelting at its own fierce pace. Not one to put in an ineffectual performance she gave wings to her imagination and debuted at the first ever India Fashion Week in 2000. She scorched the ramp for a fabulous ovation with clothes that spelt oomph and were replete with high-octane glamour.