Designer Rick Roy, who has designed for movies like "Inkaar" and "Himmatwala", and feels blessed that he is getting a chance to show his talent in Bollywood fashion world.
"I feel really lucky to have done what I did and worked with the people I worked with. It's been very interesting years. I feel super happy that these directors trusted me with their work. I'm in the middle of a happy dream," Roy told IANS.
However, the 30-year-old, who calls Malaika Arora Khan his muse, is still learning the ropes.
"I'm still learning and I'm sure I have loads to learn," he said.
Ace Goan fashion designer Wendell Rodricks has picked a Mumbai-based designer's poster as the lead creative for the queer film festival, annually held in the Maximum City.
According to a statement issued by the organisers Thursday, graphic designer Prachi-Patil Kotkar's prize-winner will feature as the official poster for the fourth edition of the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film festival.
The sheer elegance of six yard presented in innovative modern styles, high on grace and femininity, was the high point of the just concluded Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer-Resort 2013, which also saw glitter of gold on the ramp.
Other unique concepts brought on the ramp also made the five-day event a memorable experience for all and sundry.
If Indian designers presented spectacular collection of six yards, especially in net, international designer Naeem Khan, who made his India debut at the LFW, too introduced a new version of sari called "Ball gown sari".
Around 70 people including 30 celebrities walked the ramp as designer Vikram Phadnis showcased his fashion line Monday at Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer-Resort 2013 on the theme of celebration of rural India.
Ashutosh Gowariker, Anurag Basu, Vaibhavi Merchant, Ekta Kapoor, Ram Kapoor, Sakshi Tanwar, Kunal Kapoor, Neha Dhupia, Poonam Sinha, Vaibhavi Merchant, Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan, Farah Khan, Rohit Bal, Dia Mirza, Jitendra, Sushant Singh Rajput, Juhi Chawla among others walked the ramp supporting the noble cause.
Mekhala Chadar is a traditional Assamese attire, which not everyone knows about, feels designer Vaishali S, who focused on the attire with her collection, which she unveiled Monday at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer-Resort 2013.
"Mekhala Chadar is very beautiful and it is draped so well, but very few people know about it. This fabric was my inspiration. I wanted the entire India to know about it," she said.
Vaishali also gave work to 400 weavers in Assam.