India’s most celebrated designer presents
Bridal and Festive collections exclusively in the UK
Aashni + Co, the UK’s leading, Indian high fashion, multi-brand store, will be hosting India’s most celebrated fashion talent at Designer’s Day with Manish Malhotra, taking place on Friday 25th September, 11am – 6pm at Aashni + Co, 47 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, London W11 2AA. Marking an exclusive in the UK, lauded fashion designer and personality Manish Malhotra himself will be introducing his latest Bridal and Festive collections and meeting the public in-store. A favourite with Bollywood’s glitterati, Manish Malhotra will be on hand to provide style council and advise visitors to the store on how to achieve their aspired looks.
Manish Malhotra’s creativity and genius span the broad spheres of Bollywood design, Styling, Diffusion and the Everlasting Bridal and Couture. Manish is a pioneer in the field of fashion in India today and renowned globally. His diffusion label MANISH MALHOTRA has become a success since its launch in 2004 and has proved once again why he is the country’s favourite when it comes to dressing India’s most beautiful and glamorous. Manish, known for his bridal wear and immaculate colour sense, has designed for some of the most striking personalities in the Indian film industry, high profile politicians, industrialists, top global corporates and affluent families across the globe. He has also been felicitated by National Institute of Fashion Technology, Delhi and the Indo American Society for his contribution to fashion designing. He was also presented the Rajiv Gandhi Award by the Mumbai Pradesh Youth Congress 2002 for his contribution to fashion in India.
Aashni + Co presents the most desirable edit in Indian high fashion. A concept store in the heart of London’s Notting Hill, the store provides access to visionary designers of India for the UK market such as Anamika Khanna, Anushree Reddy, Arpita Mehta, Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi, Varun Bahl and many more.
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