Agnimitra Paul, Amy Billimoria,Deepika Govind, Bhairavi Jaikishan, Vidhi Singhania & Ranna Gill are in final race as six finalists for the coveted  Indian Affairs Innovative Fashion Designer of the Year 2018 at the iconic & prestigious 9th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Awards 2018.


Fashion Designers today are in great demand specially the innovators who bring life & joy to the fashion through creativity & great designs. Women Fashion Designers in india have made big names in india as well as abroad for their niche creative innovations & picking the top six out of hundreds was not an easy task for India Leadership Conclave 2018 research team & yes finally the jury rested with six names who made it to the final six lists for the coveted ‘’Indian Affairs Innovative Fashion Designer of the Year 2018” at the iconic & prestigious 9th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Awards 2018.

Indian Affairs Innovative Fashion Designer of the Year 2018

1.Ms.Agnimitra Paul
2.Ms.Amy Billimoria
3.Ms.Deepika Govind
4.Ms.Bhairavi Jaikishan
5.Ms.Vidhi Singhania
6.Ms.Ranna Gill

With  every  collection,  big  fashion designers  create  something  new and creative. Small and medium-sized  textile  and  clothing  enterprises  often take  those  market  trends  and  develop  new ideas out of them. But are new ideas always innovative? Do new  products  instantly  become  innovative products? This is a very common equation. But it takes a lot more to be innovative than just a dazzling idea. And  this  is  what  fashion  is  ultimately about: it is about innovatively changing the existing into something new. A new fashion collection  aims  at  presenting  renewals,  either  small  renewals  or  something  radically new. Radical renewals will affect the design and the production process to a high degree but small renewals can also increase value, both for the customer and the producer. Can fashion empower? Are smart textiles the next  generation  of  textiles?  What  is  the future  of  upcycled  garments?  Will  digital technologies  be  the  new  standard  tools  for designers? Is it easier to succeed alone or in a team? Can traditional patterns become innovative products?  What  is  the  market  potential of sustainable design practices? How can we design  valuable  clothes?  And  what happens if you dress a public space with textiles?


To vote your favorite designers, please select the options given below.


4 Comments

Gopika singhania · May 12, 2018 at 3:34 pm

My favourite designer

    Dipti desai · May 14, 2018 at 9:46 am

    My favourite designer is Bhairavi Jaikishan

Dr Rajesh Agarwal · May 16, 2018 at 3:20 am

Vidhi Singhania

Sandhya Ghanwat · May 17, 2018 at 4:16 am

My favourite designer is Bhairavi Jaikishan

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