Goa Hosts India Beach Fashion Week Season 3

Asia’s largest resort wear fashion fiesta, India Beach Fashion Week has flagged off in Goa and will be held for a period of three days. The famous designer Neeta Lulla’s enthralling collection opened the IBFW at an offbeat location of Museum of Goa.India Beach Fashion Week1
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The Lulla’s collection was all about feminity, sensuality, romance, tenderness and the inner strength of today’s women, all of it elegantly finished in pastel hues. The show was choreographed by the well experienced Lubna Adams, whose famous for the ramp events. The location of the event, the museum of Goa also contributed well to the sparkle of the event. All together the show had a touch of class and royalty.
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The India Beach Fashion Week brought all the fashion talents of the industry under one roof with this season events  focusing on two unique properties; future fashion conclave and Sangria by the sea. The event became a platform for knowledge sharing and networking.
Recently India has seen a hike in number of destination weddings and theme parties becoming a part of the society following which beach wear resort fashion has also seen a recent boost. The collections included various colors, prints, designs and fabrics accounting to different sensibilities, each one mesmerizing in its own way. The designed radiated a power of oriental royalty. The three day event will also act as a platform for budding designers, artists and other talented personalities to showcase their talent before a larger and wider section of global audience.
The occasion was made honored by the presence of the Deputy Chief Minister of Goa, Francis D’souza and the Goa Minister of Tourism Dilip Paruleka and also by designer Wendell Rodricks. The CM was also reported to have commented that Goa could be the next fashion destination and also a tourist destination.


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