What’s New at this year’s India Fashion Week by FDCI – LMIFW
The Fashion Design Council Of India is all set with it’s Spring summer’19 Fashion week to be commenced from October 10 to 13th at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium.
What’s new this year:
1. The FDCI has a new title sponsor this year. Bidding goodbye to “Amazon” as a title sponsor to the India Fashion Week.
2. Lotus Make-up is the new title sponsor for this season. So, now the event has been rechristened as the Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2019, LMIFW SS’19.
Mr Nitin Passi, Director of Lotus Herbals Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are delighted to be the presenting partner of Lotus Make -Up India Fashion Week organised by FDCI, the destination of top designers who take style beyond perceived boundaries. We are looking forward to a great association ahead with a perfect blend of Fashion & Make-up setting the stage for future consumer trends in the industry.”
President FDCI, Sunil Sethi said, “Lotus is a leading brand in make-up and skincare and what makes this partnership exceedingly synonymous is that it is a homegrown brand with indigenous offerings, which are rooted in India just like our constant endeavours to celebrate the innate
Indian-ness in our design sphere. We are delighted with the collaboration as it will open the floodgates to meaningful synergies.
“Nexa will once again be on board as our associate sponsor laying the foundation of a firm ground for a fashion week of this magnitude to take place,” he added.
3. FDCI to strengthen its partnership with the Embassy of Japan. It has announced to showcase Japanese designer, Atsushi Nakashima collection.
Interestingly, he worked as an assistant designer with Jean Paul Gaultier and in 2011 came back to his country of origin, Japan to launch his own brand, Atsushi Nakashima. He has also showcased at Milan Fashion Week in the past.
H.E. Mr. Kenji Hiramatsu, Ambassador of Japan to India said,“FDCI and
the Embassy of Japan has been enjoying a great partnership with each other, and
I have been discussing with Mr Sunil Sethi, President of FDCI, how to promote and
expand exchanges between the fashion industries of India and Japan. Moving
forward in this direction, it is our great pleasure to introduce Mr Atsushi Nakashima,
a promising Japanese fashion designer, to the Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week in
association with NEXA Spring Summer 2019.”
“There is no doubt that the Japanese are trendsetters not just in the world of technology but also design. And they truly understand the nuances of style as they have given the world the idea of celebrating imperfection and of course Kinstugi, the art of not discarding what’s broken but paying homage to it. So this association will be fruitful both academically and aesthetically as the land of the rising sun is where a new ideology is born. A special thanks to the Ambassador of Japan and his team for making this possible.” said FDCI President, Sunil Sethi.