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Mumbai, May 8: Temperatures soared high at the ballroom of The Leela Kempinski as models walked the ramp dressed in creations fabricated by the designers of India International Trade Centre (IITC).

The occasion was the annual fashion show of IITC on Saturday May 5 in which nearly 150 students of the institute displayed their creations.

Prominent garment exporters, boutique owners and leading fashion designer Ashley Rebello witnessed the show which was inaugurated by IITC founder director - CEO S K Urval.

Professional models Jessi Randhawa, Tupur Chatterjee, Dipti Gujral, Anchal Kumar, Aryan Vaid, Rajneesh Duggal, Candice Pinto, Karishma Tanna and others walked the ramp.

Choreographed by Badshah Khan, the show began with a tribute to all leaders who were in the forefront of the nation's independence struggle.

The themes for the show included both practical garments as well as impractical. Some of the sequeces were Arabian Nights and enthralling belly dancers.

A 'Wild West' collection with a brilliant line of suede, leather, denim plades, accessorized with studs, eyelets, chains, guns and bullets was also displayed.

Egyptian garments, golden fibre in impractical collection of raw jute garments, Frinitis cocktail dress collection, Harmony consisting of exotic Ikat prints in silhouettes and cuts, 'Layered Texere' consisting of a blend of different surface and structures of fabric, Elysian collections depicting Punjabi style, Red Carpet consisting of gowns and evening wear, Vivacious - a mixture of western and oriental fashions and  Sexy Sirens collections comprising of saris were some of the collections created by the IITC designers.


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