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Star power and chaos mark Sanjana Jon's debut at WIFW

Sanjana Jon’s “starry” show at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week with celebrity siblings turned rough here as the crowd trying to catch a glimpse of their favourite superstars caused confusion and chaos forcing them to leave in a hurry.Read more..


Overdose of fashion weeks

Fashion weeks are usually preceded with a buzz among the fashionistas and the industry but year 2009 saw so many of them in the country that it almost snatched away the exclusiveness of the gala outings.
The dust in the Indian fashion fraternity raised by a parallel fashion week along with the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) a year ago finally settled. However, the fashion world got more and more decentralised with few takers for the multiplying number of fashion weeks.
“There has definitely been an overkill and I am not sure that there will be much business for the large number of fashion weeks,” fashion designer Ritu Kumar told PTI.

If the second edition of the Kolkata Fashion Week was a dismal show, the debut of Bangalore Fashion Week and the Hyderabad Fashion Week faded as soon as they emerged on the fashion scene.
“There is a difference between city-wise fashion weeks and a national fashion week. Those weeks are just a glamour and party event that does not end up in any major orders at all. Our fashion weeks are B2B events where people have to pay for their stall,” Sunil Sethi President, Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) told PTI. Read More..

A fashion show for the record books

Five hundred professional and aspiring models dressed in the traditional costume of their native States will walk the ramp together at the upcoming “Pride of India” show in the Capital in an attempt to set a new Guinness record.

At a press conference here on Wednesday, designer Sanjana Jon said the last Guinness record was set in Bangkok last year in which 282 models walked the ramp. Since it is not humanly possible to have one choreographer for so many models, the designer will be assisted by a team. The date will be finalised by the Guinness show managers.Read more..at The Hindu

“I’m very excited to be showing in my own country. It is the first time I will showcase a collection here,” says Sanjana Jon, who will show at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week in New Delhi. “The theme of my collection is siblings, family and love. I think India is the motherland for all these virtues. Salman- bhai has promised to walk the ramp for my show. Sushmita Sen will be walking the ramp with brother Rajiv Sen and so will Raima and Riya Sen.”

Sanjana is of the opinion that the love between siblings and family is a very Indian thing. She says, “People from across the world have learnt it from us. I think it is a very inherent quality in our land. I get strength to deal with the world from my family.Read more at DNA

Wearable fashion

Designer Sanjana Jon clears the air about her collection “I do not want only people with money to wear my clothes. The clothes that fashion designers come up with have to be wearable and affordable. We have to be careful while dressing. Our dress should be conservative and acceptable to the elders of the family.” These are the words of fashion designer Sanjana Jon, who was in the eye of a storm following her show at the Wills Lifestyle Fashion Week recently. She came in for a lot of criticism from fellow designers but Sanjana maintains her calm stating, “One should not play dirty, I have never made negative comments.” Sanjana Jon is making news for her conservative approach to fashion. She has worked with six Miss Universe title holders like Natalie Glebova, Jennifer Hawkins, Zuleyka Rivera and has also designed the bridal wear for Saudi and Spanish princesses. She says, “Fashion has to be wearable and culture specific. It baffles me whether the designs here are for India or for the western world. What I am trying to do is to adapt western clothes to Indian sensibility. We Indians preserve our culture and our dresses are more traditional and elegant.”Read more..The Hindu

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