Noida: Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life. The power of a great outfit is impossible to overstate. At its best, fashion has the ability to transform your mood, identity, and, of course, your look. We are proud to announce that ICMEI together with AAFT School of Fashion and Design are going to present 700 garments designed by 200 designers influenced by the culture of 52 different countries of the World in 90 rounds showcased in 8 shows in three days. This is one of the biggest collections we are displaying here after pandemic,” said Sandeep Marwah President of International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry on the inauguration of 5th Global Fashion and Design Week Noida 2021.
“Sandeep Marwah is the biggest show man be it a cinema, journalism, literature or Fashion and design. He is the real cultural ambassador. I am happy that Montenegro is also part of this great festival. The creativity which I have seen here is no less than any international beauty pageant. I wish you all a big success in your venture and I am sure some great results will be out after this grand show,” said Dr. Janice Darbari Consulate General of Montenegro in India while lighting the inaugural lamp.
Sixteen rounds were presented in the first major inaugural show. The audience was astonished to see the colorful collection by young designers. Every garment was so exclusive and extra ordinary prepared well fitted to the professional models from fashion fraternity.
The first show were presented by designers Ruchi Aggrawal influenced by the flora and fauna of Ghana, Shayna from Montenegro, Mukesh Kumar also from Montenegro, Saniya Gupta selected Israel , Ayushi Sharma opted Lebanon, Akshay Raj Ratan finalized for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Shefali Srivatava also looked for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Rishav Kumar Ram preferred United Kingdom, Satyam Raj & Rahul Vdhara only thought of Afghanistan, Dilshad designed for Uzbekistan, Anamika thought of Rwanda, Pushpendra designed for Fiji, Ayushi Mehrotra was allotted Bulgaria, Mansi Saluja managed well with Gambia, Neha Shishodia influenced by Maldives and Swastika Talwar also looked for Israel.
“The joy of dressing is an art. We must never confuse elegance with snobbery. Being well-dressed hasn’t much to do with having good clothes. It’s a question of good balance and good common sense,” said Ritu Lal Director Festival & AAFT School of Fashion and Design thanking all the dignities present on the show.