AMAZING FASHION DESIGNERS

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AMAZING FASHION DESIGNERS

We have lots of celebrities wearing amazing outfits for runways, songs, red carpets, part attire, etc. There is always a creative fashion designer behind a celebrity look and responsible for these brilliant outfits. A fashion designer is someone responsible for creating the specific look of individual garments—including a garment’s shape, color, fabric, trimmings, and other aspects of the whole.

First, a fashion designer begins with an idea of how a garment should look, turns that idea into a design (such as a sketch), and specifies how that design should be made into an actual piece of clothing by other workers. Their talent and vision play a major role in how people look, but they have also made important contributions to the cultural and social environment.

 

 

In today’s time, Sabya, and Manish Malhotra are on top rank and high on the popularity charts. But film stars are now trying to prefer lesser-known creative designers.

Here is some great fashion designer who makes celebrities look beautiful:

Nivedita Saboo

Nivedita taboo is a great fashion designer since childhood, she wants to become a fashion designer. At the age of 19, she graduated from the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT).  She also worked at Arvind Brands and learned different aspects of fashion. In 2001 she came back to hometown in Pune from Mumbai and later started her own fashion label. She designed dresses for many famous celebrities such as Kareena Kapoor Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Ayushmann Khurana, Jacqueline Fernandez, among others. Later in 2005 Nivedita Saboo, she built her own manufacturing unit employed traditional crafts and textile artisans. She also received National Award and Bharat Gaurav awards for her brilliant work.

Payal Jain

Payal Jain has been one of the great fashion designers in a career of 25 years. She is working with Indian textiles to create a brand that she calls a “Western body with an Indian soul”. She has done a fashion designing course from FIDM San Francisco. After completing her course, she returned to India and opened a studio in Hauz Khas, New Delhi. Payal is very much interested in designing classic and contemporary clothing with strong Indian vibes. Payal was greatly influenced by the works of Madeline Vionnet, Paul Poiret, and Coco Chanel. Along with her work and she has also raised funds for a number of charities, including Vidya School (for economically weaker section), Vatsalya Foundation (for street children), and Cancer Patient Aid Association (for cancer patients). She had always dreamed to adopt an entire craft community and provide a livelihood, education for their children, comfortable living, hygiene, and medical facilities for them and their families.

Shivangi Lahoty

When she was 8 years old, then she decided that she wanted to be a fashion designer. Shivangi lahoty realized this when her father brought home a magazine with renowned designer Ritu Kumar on the cover and explained who she was. Celebrities like Swara Bhasker and Mithila Palkar endorsing fashion designer Shivangi Lahoty’s fashion startup Inaaya & Co. Now her name is in the lists of brilliant designers. Also, she worked with many karigars on diverse projects when she was a student of the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Mumbai. Working with them made it easier for her to go back to them for Inaaya. At present Inaaya works with handloom fabrics sourced directly from Kolkata, Bhagalpur, Kota, Maheshwar, and Hyderabad, and also ensures fair wages for artisans.

Payal Singhal

In 1999 she started her eponymous label in a small office space in her father’s factory. She is a graduate of The Parsons School of Design in New York and has also done certificate courses in branding and management. Payal was the first Indian designer to established standalone stores in Manhattan and New Jersey. She returned to India in 2010, started working on rebuilding her brand, and today it caters to a large clientele from South Asian communities, including Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Irani, Nepalese, and Indian people across the world. According to her young designers, first, work with an established designer before venturing out on their own. Don’t be in a rush to make it because it takes lots of patience and perseverance.