This year Ramola Bachchan brought yet another exciting and successful exhibition to the capital. This Fashion and lifestyle exhibition provides not only a platform for talented known designers but also gives an opportunity to young and upcoming designers and entrepreneurs to cater to the needs of Delhi’s elite fashion forward crowd. This was Runway Rising’s 15TH Edition in the capital and witnessed some of the Best Fashion trends of 2017- With each edition Ramola Bachchan takes Runway Rising a notch higher and this edition was no different: Fashion has a consistent rotation of trends and this summer fresh contemporary designs were displayed by over 100 designers . Being centrally located and exquisite: at The Ashok Hotel, New Delhi this exhibition witnessed a very positive response.
“I always try to bring hidden talent from smaller cities of India and try to provide a platform to all those designers who need a chance to showcase their creativity. It is exciting to see the quantum of talent and entrepreneurial spirit that proliferates in our country and gratifying to have an opportunity to be part of a process that will shape the fashion-scape of the future.”, said designer Ramola herself.
There was something for everyone; clothes: western and traditional, in-trend accessories: bags, footwear, jewelry were all under one roof! A true delight for the Delhi Shopaholic ! With accessories starting from INR 2000, the exhibition was pocket friendly and served a varied palate in terms of designs, options and price range. Many to be-brides were also seen trousseau shopping with their families!
The exhibition was held on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at the Ashoka Hotel, Chanakayapuri, New Delhi, featuring designers like Kalista , Bodhi Tree Jaipur, Label Kiss by Archana Vijay, The Pink Mirror , Sanam Tamanna- Dubai , Pink Cow, Hera by AJ, Ultraviolet, Love generation, Noble Faith, Devani ,Zephyr by Jyoti Khosla ,Shri Hari Diagems by Vinay Gupta, Balance by Rohit Bal and many more! Indeed a fashion haven for all the fashionista’s of the city, the exhibition saw many of Delhi’s known socialites in attendance.