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India – Lakmé fashion week and fashion design council of India announce return to a physical format in Delhi

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After two years of restrictive measures due to the pandemic, the powerhouses of fashion & beauty in India – Lakmé Fashion Week (LFW) jointly organised by Lakmé & RISE Worldwide; and Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) are set to return to a fully physical, season-fluid edition from 23-27 March 2022.  The FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week will be hosted for the very first time in New Delhi keeping in mind safety measures and regulations.

FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week will release the schedule shortly comprising the best of curation and designers from across India.  The event will culminate with the Lakmé Absolute Grand Finale on 27th March.

The platform will be back with two showcase areas for designers to present their collections up close and personal and will continue to champion sustainability through path breaking initiatives while further spreading messages of inclusivity and diversity. The Showroom will be back in an onground format for buyers in addition to enhanced features in the virtual initiative. Shows will continue to be live streamed across key OTT platforms to reach a far and wide audience.


Sunil Sethi, Chairman FDCI commented, “The return of physical fashion weeks is a sign of the world returning to normalcy, and we couldn’t be happier. And what better way to kickstart the celebrations than in New Delhi. While technology has helped us negate the distance and bring the world closer, we’re excited to be back in action, in person. We are happy to announce that business is once again on a major upswing as we bring back the physical Showroom and additionally will also have a virtual one to cater to global buyers and help expand our reach. The schedule like previous FDCI x Lakmé Fashion Week season-fluid editions will continue to comprise a mix of designers from both cities, and beyond.”


Sumati Mattu, Head of Innovations at Lakmé said, “We are thrilled to be back to a physical format in its entirety with the FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week this season, bringing alive the world of beauty and fashion in the capital city – New Delhi. Lakmé’s trend statement this year acknowledges the hybrid lives we are all returning to – opening up our worlds yet treading with caution, the bonhomie of engaging with our loved ones yet mindful of our health and wellbeing. With the Lakmé Absolute Explore Eye Collection, our trend focus this season is all about the eyes, the window to our souls and importantly, visible above our masks. A range of trendy liquid-duo eyeshadows and vibrant gel pencils in never before, dramatic, unmissable colours and textures. Get ready for eyes that speak volumes.  Through the LakméFashion Week, it has always been our endeavor to create an environment for the community that fosters new talent, innovation, and growth. With the return of physical showcases, we are excited to see how the talent showing this year drives renewed energy and excitement in the industry.”

Jaspreet Chandok, Head RISE Fashion and Lifestyle said, “We are excited to announce the return of FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week in the form of an on-ground event. While the last two years have challenged all of us to innovate and break past geographical barriers, we understand that the magic of experiencing fashion in person. Digital will continue to play an important role in helping us engage with and reach wider audiences and enhance the physical aspects. We look forward to alternate the fashion weeks between Delhi and Mumbai. This collaborative effort will give the platform and its stakeholders the opportunity to interact with varied audiences, while catering to the fashion communities across both hubs.”


About Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI):

A non-profit organisation, the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), is the apex body of fashion design in India, represented by over 400 members. Founded on the premise of promoting, nurturing, and representing the best of fashion and design talent in the country; its prime objective is to propagate the business of fashion. FDCI stays true to its commitment to promote the ‘Make in India’ label as handlooms take centre stage, in a country, who’s heritage is soaked in the flavours of indigenous crafts. For more information, please visit: www.fdci.org


About Lakmé:

Lakmé, is India’s no.1 colour cosmetics and leading premium skincare brand from Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Lakmé has been the pioneer of the make-up and colour cosmetics in India since 1952 by launching numerous trends leading and high-performance products. Combining international cosmetic technology with an in-depth understanding of the Indian woman’s needs, Lakmé offers women a comprehensive beauty experience through its extensive product portfolio as well as contemporary services at Lakmé Salons, India’s no.1 salon chain. For Further Information log on to www.Lakméindia.com


About Rise Worldwide:

RISE Worldwide is India’s largest independent Sports, Lifestyle and Entertainment company. It’s portfolio includes Sports & Sponsorship Consulting, Fashion & Sustainability Platform Building, Athlete Talent Management, Licensing, Broadcast Production, Lifestyle and Entertainment with owned or managed key properties such as: Lakmé Fashion Week, India’s premier Fashion platform; Indian Super League, country’s premier football league; Tata Open Maharashtra, South Asia’s only ATP World Tour event; Jio Wonderland; The Voice of Fashion and SU.RE Sustainable Resolution.

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