Fashion 69 | Fashion ka Jalwa 2017 | Fashion Trend 2017 by Bollywood Actress | Deepika Padukone
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Fashion ka Jalwa 2017 | Fashion Trend 2017 by Bollywood Actress | Deepika Padukone

Fashion ka Jalwa 2017 | Fashion Trend 2017 by Bollywood Actress | Deepika Padukone


India is a country with an ancient clothing design tradition, yet an emerging fashion industry. A common form of Indian fashion originates from Western culture. Fashion includes a series of sequins and gold thread to attract customers and apply a statement to the Indian fashion community. A way to include the traditional look and create a new fashion statement includes embroidery applied to different dresses, skirts, shirts, and pants to reflect the western culture influence as well as include the Indian tradition.

An early trendsetter in fashion was Bollywood (Hindi cinema), where costume designers like Bhanu Athaiya started experimenting with film fashion in the 1960s. Athaiya started working on period costumes in Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962) and Amrapali (1966), though he went on to introduce varied trends through Teesri Manzil (1966), Chalte Chalte (1976), Karz (1980) and Chandni (1989). These were soon followed by the mass market. Also situations and themes in Indian cinema became westernised, making way for the display of diverse fashion. Over the years, popular Bollywood trends have been the Madhubala’s Anarkali-look with kurtas and churidars in Mughal-e-Azam (1960), purple embroidered sari worn by Madhuri Dixit in Hum Aapke Hain Koun…! (1994), to Rani Mukherji’s short kurti-suits in Bunty Aur Babli (2005), Veer Zaara suits and blouses from Parineeta. This comes besides various fashion interpretations of the sari in films like Chandni (1989) with Sridevi, Main Hoon Naa (2004) with Sushmita Sen and Dostana (2008) with Priyanka Chopra, which became fashion trends.

By 2009, the Indian fashion industry, despite the ongoing recession, was worth ₹2.9 billion (US$45 million). Also in the same year, Manish Arora, known for his quirky-kitsch, became the first Indian designer to participate in Paris Fashion Week.

Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai are important centers of fashion designing and manufacture in India, followed by Bangalore, Hyderabad and other large cities. Mumbai and Bangalore are the home of some of the top fashion rental services in India.

Here we are show you some fashionable hot photo shoot by Bollywood actresses : “Deepika Padukone” “Katrina Kaif” “Priyanka Chopra”.

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