Bengaluru welcomed the 2016 India’s Kids Fashion Show for a two-day affair featuring spectacular collections from talented designers.
“Its flagship brand Laali is unique in its idea and noble in its cause.”
India’s Kids Fashion Show (IKFS) wowed audiences with its vibrant blend of new clothing collections for 2016.
The Spring/Summer edition of IKFS was held on February 13 to 14, 2016 at the Royal Orchid Resort and Convention Centre.
Designer Sharad Raghav launched the Laali collection with his designer acumen.
It showcased a stunning array of clothing all in red for girls, and designed exclusively for Laali.
Laali is symbolic of the colour red, representing womanhood and a term traditionally used for ‘girl’ in India.
All outfits have been tailored to bring out the eternal beauty of each individual who wears it.
Raghav said: “I am delighted to be a part of IKFS and its flagship brand Laali which is unique in its idea and noble in its cause.”
The grand finale evening saw designers showcase a variety of wonderful pieces. BonOrganic revealed a range of organic T-shirts for boys and girls.
Gazal Mishra launched her kids brand ‘Renaissance,’ which saw young models sashay down the runway in a fusion of colours with an ethnic twist.
Designer Neha Celly from ‘Milkteeth’ impressed audience with her trendy casualwear for both boys and girls.
Celly commented: “I am super excited to be a part of the showcase and loved to see kids walk in my new collection which was designed keeping the vivaciousness of kids in mind.”
The refreshing fashion event is in support of a cause from their visionary Prime Minister Narendra Modi – ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Yojana’ (Save girl child, educate girl child).
Profits earned from the showcase of Laali are released in support of the initiative.
With a guest list of over 1,000 people, celebrities Sana Maqbool, Bhavayta Sharma and Aaital Khosla were amongst people from corporate houses, media, guardian of the kids and exhibitors.
The evening witnessed prize distribution to the radio contest winner that was carried out by Radio Indigo in Bengaluru.
Effort from designers, enthusiastic young talent and the audience allowed the event to be a flawless success.
Ms Priyanka Mahariya, Chairperson of IKFS, concluded: “We look forward to making IKFS an equal opportunity platform for all the kids across the country.
“We look forward to fresh talent each year who could be groomed in a manner that enriches their social skills, considered equally important today.”
Enjoy our gallery of India’s Kids Fashion Show Spring/Summer 2016:
Images courtesy of India' Kids Fashion Week
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