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Jaipur Fashion Designer Chirag Nainani Shares His Oops! Moment At LFW’16

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  •  April 16, 2016


We were proud when Jaipur’s prodigy Chirag Nainani showcased his collection at the prestigious Lakme Fashion Week this year. The young boy with mega dreams finally got the chance to show the world his creative side. And because his women’s wear collection is a true representation of what Rajasthani art is about, we decided to catch up with him to know it all.

Chirag’s collection will delight people who love flaunting cotton during hot summers. A fan of Indigo dye, Chirag’s couture marks a rather fashionable twist to this coloring print.

He states, “I applied for Lakme Fashion Week. Earlier I didn’t get selected, and this was my third time. I am so proud to be a part of LFW’s GenNext. I was fortunate to make quality business contacts, and I am looking forward to stepping boldly into the industry.”

Looking at the kind of market that Chirag is catering, he is not really afraid of the competition. “There are very few designers reviving the lost Indian textiles. That too, a particular dye. I have been able to capture a certain market, and I am sure, in no time I will have my own niche”, remarks Chirag.

So what else was his USP on the LFW’s ramp? “The asymmetric patterns. Women loved the one-pieces with a little unevenness. Sarah Jane Dias began being a fan of my work. This time, she walked the ramp for me”, rejoices the designer.

Chirag revealed us the scariest moment from the ramp. He remembers laughing it off, “So one of my models who was walking the ramp wearing a saree forgot to remove safety pins. The moment she started walking, something happened to the saree pleats, and it turned into a skirt. Now I know that most of the audience didn’t even realize what had happened. But, for me, it was a wardrobe malfunction. Lord, I can never forget that moment.”

So what advice does he have for all the stylish women out there? He suggests, “For me, Blue is the color for every season. And when you’re in Rajasthan, you gotta wear Indigo! Try wearing lots of maxis and singlets to save yourself from the scorching heat. I guess, this dye is one of the best ways to mix trends from east and west.”



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