Tamana’s fashion show celebrates diversity with top designers
today Sep 10, 2019
NGO Tamana in collaboration with the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) organised its annual fashion show titled “My India My Pride” in the national capital New Delhi.
The fashion show celebrated diversity as the special children from the NGO walked the ramp for India’s top designers like Amit Aggarwal, Anju Modi, Nitin Bal Chauhan, Payal Jain, Reynu Taandon, and Samant Chauhan.
Commenting on the fashion show, Dr Shayama Chona president of Tamana in a statement said, “Fashion Show 2019 was truly an expression of 'inclusion', the dream of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi of unity in diversity where the enabled and the differently-abled walked the ramp together with infinite love and joy.”
FDCI has stated it will take this concept forward and mainstream the issue at the India Fashion Week. It unveiled the theme for the fashion week as ‘My Fashion My Tribe’.
Commenting on the initiative, Sunil Sethi, FDCI chairman added, “Fashion is the most potent form of non-verbal communication and this is where we find synergy with Tamana, it gives a voice to the marginalised.”
“On this day, I am proud to announce that the theme of our upcoming LMIFW will be ‘My Fashion My Tribe’. As a fashion body, we hope to be all encompassing, blurring binaries. To take this concept forward, the grand finale has been aptly titled ‘My Fashion My Family’,” Sethi added.
The Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week is a bi-annual event organised by FDCI. The spring/summer 2019 LMIFW edition is expected to be held in October this year.
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