New Delhi, Nov 29: Asia Lifestyle Week (ALW)is all set to come up with the next season of winter fashion 2019 in Delhi, from November 30th - December 2nd, in collaboration with an array of high profile global designers and models.
Designer labels like Dhruv Bandwal, Leonara Couture by Allen Repana from Philippines, Celebrity Fashion Designer Ruma Devi from Rajasthan, Srota by Srishti Aggarwal from New Delhi, Felix Bendish from Mumbai, Saaj by Ankita , Alley Sharma Designer, The Christian Paradise by Ambica & Shivaji from the capital city, Angrish and Gazal Mishra from Jaipur, and Ranka by Tina Ranka from Surat are some of the fashion labels participating in ALW W/F'19.
In this season there will also be brands like Thomsen India known for bringing talalay Material in India who will be showcasing orthopaedic Mattress & pillows range and Sacred Salts a premium skincare brand, pioneer in launching milk facewash and scrub in India who will bring lesser-known skin elixirs to the fore through products that are rich in nutrients and high on luxury.
ALW season 2 is also giving young students of Khazani Women's Vocational Institute's a platform to showcase their imagination on ramp through their unique designs. Also, for the first time Asia Lifestyle Week will be introducing the child models who will walk the ramp with world class kids fashion designs by the participating designers.
Talking about the event, Sanu Srivastava and Manish Zais founder of ALW said, "We wanted to create a dynamic platform for the top and aspiring designers across Asia and we think we have achieved what we aimed at. With our second season we are bringing not only variations and versatility through our designers but will also present some of the hidden talents of our country.'
Yashwant P Singh one of the organizer ALW said, "With our second edition we also want to promote made in India campaign of our honorable PM Shri Narendra Modiji by bringing designers who have incorporated India’s traditional fabrics in their collections giving a glimpse of the rich Indian heritage.' (UNI)