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Indian Designer Manish Arora With His Baroque Ornamentation at Paris Fashion Week

The future is here, at least for Indian designer Manish Arora, who presented his baroque ornaments Fashion Week Parizu.Dizajner, known for his love of vibrant colors and abstract forms, took inspiration from the Baroque artistic style prevalent by the end of the 16th century to early 18th century Europe, mainly characterized by dynamic movements, emotions and open self-confident rhetoric. For Manish's individualistic and very Indian, although some of the fashion critics said his goin Gaga Lady Gaga.

Manish combined Indian techniques with geometric designs in bold colors with a beautiful heady mix of different types of head gear and weird hairstyles for your beach baroque set of clothes. When his show started suddenly splash of color. According to him, the international fashion bottomline is that there should be more boring, Manish said that news agency about his collection.

It was his fifth season at fashion's biggest trade event - Fashion Week in Paris, and his ninth international showcase - Paris (five shows) and London (four shows). His collection was also supported by Swarovski, which is described by the designer as "mute, metallic, crystalline and European with broad shoulders and tough armor-like plates and Greek military Epaulettes ".

What's in the collection - a glamorous evening ensembles futuristic dresses reminiscent of the Star War series, hips of dresses were padded for additional contours and staring, sheer pants and tops with sequins, embroidered clothing with crystals, beads, fine metal sheaths , appliqué needles and long Victorian trains along the assymetrical hemlines, following the feet of pure organza, crepe, mesh, cotton-satin, silk and georgettes on the floor.

Do not miss Manish signature shoes, metallic pumps, Bangles, and head gear in a car. Paris Fashion Week was stunned!


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