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Monday, February 7, 2011

Delhi is fashion capital Number

It’s high time the debate — ‘which metro is the Fashion Capital of India’
There is something that has sustained over the centuries, that has and that would continue to impact us, our lifestyle and irrespective of the age, color, location, caste or creed; everyone follows it, its Fashion. Today Fashion is no more about style statement but it has become our identity. It is more to do with what we are.Fashion, invariably can be seen everywhere and it is no more restricted to the urban India. The metro cities in India though have witnessed a tremendous change in the fashion trends over the years. Delhi, being one of them, has bagged a position in the international fashion scene.
Delhi, with its decades long historical charm, has witnessed changes in trends. Right from the famous Mughal era, with its ethnic wear to the retro style with its funky wear to the power dressing and the corporate look -Delhi has seen it all. Right from the ramp to the road, to the nearest college, or to a mall, fashion is all over! Who doesn’t know what’s new, what’s not, what’s happening and what’s out, thanks to the fashion awareness that has spread across the city. Fashion trends keep changing and most fashion divas and models are the one to make them. The youth is a major follower of fashion trends. Fashion trends also get influenced from Bollywood as well as Hollywood. Metros like Mumbai and Delhi witness the quick changes in fashion especially in college going crowds.
There are numerous places in Delhi to shop; some popular shopping destinations are GK, Lajpat Nagar, Connaught Place, Kamla Nagar, Saket, Janpath, Sarojini Nagar and South Extension. For the college going crowd, the ultimate hangout is Janpath ,Kamla Nagar, Sarojini Nagar and Lajpat Nagar which are famous for its easy on pocket yet trendy clothes. These places demand patience and if you have the tactic to bargain well, you can get the best deal here. While the clothes are usually of the export surplus and do not carry guarantee, these are casual, non branded and everyday wear.
While Janpath boasts of a good connectivity as it is located in Connaught Place, Kamla Nagar is around the North Campus area of Delhi University and you would mostly find young crowd here.Sarojni Nagar and Lajpat Nagar both are located in south of Delhi.
For people who swear by the designer wear and for the brand conscious crowd, the destination is South Extension and GK .These markets have the best of labels and these carry a high price tag too. And even if these markets don’t impress you, head to a mall. The newly built DLF Emporio mall in Vasant Kunj and the Citywalk mall in Saket offer a wide range of designer wear and high end fashion clothing. Similar is the Ambience mall in Gurgaon.While these malls cater to the rich upper class, the rest of the malls and other markets like Karol Bagh, Rajouri Garden etc open up a good variety for the middle class.

Being a blend of conventional, classy and modern, Delhi has a lot to offer. With its ever changing trends, new designs and styles coming up with every fall and every spring, this is a promising place to be in. This place is truly a shopper’s paradise.

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful blog......Fashion design is the applied art devoted to the designing of clothing and lifestyle accessories. This art is influenced by cultural and social attitudes and has evolved over time and place. Top Fashion Design Colleges in Delhi has come a long way from the designer clothes worn by them royalty of the ancient world to the saute couture products of the present .The Fashion Design Institutes in Delhi every year gives the expert designer who represent the India among the world.