India In Fashion : NMACC

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Inside NMACC : A Global Influence Around the World

The Centre NMACC (Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre) aims to promote Indian arts and culture, and aims to be the big stage for the same. It is a dedicated multi-disciplinary art and culture space and also aims at identifying and promoting new talent.

The exhibition, hosted by Hamish Bowles, Vogue global editor at large and The World Of Interiors editor-in-chief, features over 140 iconic costumes and pieces from India, global brands and fashion houses, tracing more than 200 years of the subcontinent’s contribution to the global fashion sensibility. The costumes, from Chanel’s long brocade coat and matching trousers and dresses created for Lady Mary Curzon, to Christian Louboutin heels with phulkari work and Sabyasachi’s embellished lehnga-choli, are either completely or partially made in the sub-continent. They have either been loaned by museums like New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and Toronto’s The Royal Ontario Museum, or belong to private collections.

India in Fashion

India in Fashion

What makes this exhibition unique is that India never hosted such a fantastic and creative show that brings together so many Indian inspired costumes under one roof.


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