If there is one fashion detail that is making headlines everywhere, it is the exposed zippers. From Hollywood’s glam girls to camera’s favorite models, almost every fashionista has already been seen wearing this trend.
Fashion is without a doubt one of the most dynamic aspects of modern civilization. It is ever changing with new styles coming up every other day and old ones receiving exciting twists for appreciation on mainstream consumer markets. There are hits and misses all over, and only the best in style and design make it to the top.
Now captivatingly entering its second decade, the Lakme Fashion Week is undeniably the most prestigious style event of India. It is the best podium where all the fashion cognoscenti come together and redefine the future of fashion. The show not only features the top international designers but is a dream destination for every home-grown talent too.
The Lakme Fashion Week brings to the audience the best from the Indian fashion world. While big names draw attention and media every year, the second day of this year’s Lakme Fashion Week witnessed the crowd getting pulled towards three regional designers from Assam who impressed the audience with both their excellence and craftsmanship.
An abaya is great in itself, but how do you stand out from the crowd if everyone’s got one? You want to have a beautiful and fluttering effect. So get yourself the latest in the trends of abaya collections: the zipper style. And there are different varieties to choose from, and you get to pick the one that appeals most to your taste. Dress with dignity, respect your physique, and bring out your glamour with these custom zipper abaya styles.
Light emitting fabrics capable of producing light for than 180 consecutive hours could soon enter the consumer market, thanks to recent research from the Organic Photonics and Electronics Group at Umea University in Sweden. Using game-changing light emitting electrochemical cells (LEC) during fabrication, the technology is capable of producing longer lasting, lighting weight fabrics at a significantly lower cost.