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LIFW: The best, the worst

A roundup of the best and the worst shows, the highs and the lows, the disappointments and the drama at the fashion week.

May 5, 2004


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THE GRAND FINALE

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Fashion week a huge commercial hit, say designers
"We will get the exact numbers in about 10 to 12 days, but initial estimates show we have certainly exceeded the 30 per cent target we had set ourselves," says Vinod Kaul, executive director, FDCI.
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PrÍt perfect designers
'There is a lot of economics associated with the fashion. It is about selling, generating funds to expand and only pret can help do that,' says designer Narendra Kumar.
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The Cuts and Skirts of Ritu Kumar
Ritu Kumar is famed for highlighting the beauty of Indian textiles and craftsmanship; she did not disappoint this time either.
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Past as fashionable prelude
The Kotwara line is known for its Lucknowi chikan embroidery, a speciality of Meera and Muzzafar Ali.
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'My favourite model is Katrina Kaif'
'I spend 20-30,000 on my clothes every year,' says Pawan Lakhawat, 25, a network engineer for International Management Group.
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Zaheer has makings of top model: Designers
Along with Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan and Mohammad Kaif, he walked the ramp at the Lakme India Fashion Week.
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'Pink is the colour of the season'
"It is very light, very summery and very fashionable right now," says former Miss India Meher Bhasin.
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The art of make-up
For those of you who are new to make-up, here are a few helpful hints from make-up expert Kapil Bhalla.
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A fitting finale
After the rather subdued palette of beiges, nudes and browns that dominated the Lakme India Fashion Week, the finale was a burst of colour, music and action.
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Upen Patel: The metrosexual
Model Upen Patel advises men to get a regular pedicure, manicure, facial and even wax.
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