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India is a land of massive diversity and multiculturalism that is reflected in the deviation of traditional outfits and the styles that vary from one state to another, which is unusual to see elsewhere in the world. Fashion in India has traveled from one culture to another for ages and evidence of India following fashion can be found out right from the times of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa.

The history of fashion in India dates back to ancient times, yet fashion keeps on evolving, as it was the traditional Indian outfits with regional variations, be it the ghagra, sari, or dhoti, that stayed popular till the initial decades of post-independence India.

Veteran Fashion Designers Who Popularized Indian Fashion Globally

From legendary pioneers like Ritu Beri and Ritu Kumar, who have been veterans of Indian fashion for the last decade, India generates extremely talented fashion designers that skillfully blend respect for ancient traditions with forward-looking aesthetics.

The Indian-oriented Veteran fashion designers who popularized Indian fashion globally are -

Ritu Kumar, a true pioneer in Indian fashion who sought to redefine age-old Indian culture in the contemporary era, showcasing Indian fashion worldwide.

Tarun Tahiliani, the first Indian fashion designer who represented India with his next-level designs at Milan Fashion Week.

Manish Arora who has now become the darling of the International fashion realm has also been featured in high-profile fashion magazines such as Harper's Bazaar and Vogue.

Famous all over the world, these renowned Indian veteran fashion designers have not only marked themselves in the world but have also taken Indian fashion to newer heights in the global fashion arena. You can even check out the Indian fashion websites of these veteran fashion designers.


Influence Of Western Culture Dresses In India

Due to British colonialism in India, the culture of India has been considerably affected by . With globalization, Indian fashion trends today somewhere do reflect western influence. Handkerchief-cut kurtas, halter tops, etc have become common today and are found in almost every Indian wardrobe.

Conventional blouses, sarees, necklines, salwar kameezes have undergone drastic changes. The latest Indian fashion trend has got a touch of western culture. Fashion designers in India are coming up with new fashion styles to meet the new demands of the west influenced Indian market.


The Concept Of One-Mile Wear And Sustainable Fashion In India

While India has always preferred sustainable fashion and comfortable clothing, this one-mile wear concept has been followed in India for ages. Be it the old salwar kameez, suits, or sarees that can be worn both outdoors and indoors or the retro fashion bringing glory to men's oversized t-shirts and shirts, India has comfortable clothing entrenched in its culture.


Although there exists a scope for Indian fashion trends for fashion designers in India to design and stir a collection of Indian and Japanese one mile wear clothing, giving it the Indian sense can make the concepts relatable.


I Knock Fashion Desk

Decade to decade, year to year, and day today, we have seen the fashion industry experiencing some radical changes, however, the fashionable and western culture dress fusion is still inevitable, it somehow constantly governs to awe the audience with its art and beauty. The Indian fashion industry, has evolved to such an extent over time that it is now giving tough competition to international industry. It has become one of the most prominent revenues generating industries in the country. Keep checking our Indian fashion website to stay updated with the latest fashion trends.

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