Present Status<br />Accessory designer rohan arora has presented his collection in mumbai’s lakme fashion week in hotel Grand Hyatt.<br />His collection is inspired from the colours of street s of India.<br />His designs would always have quirky quotient. <br />His first collection was into Hindi movie posters which was so very colourful like the posters we see on streets.<br />
Signature Style<br />Quirkiness, bright colours and a hint of humor in it definitely.<br />His shoes are very unique...something hard to find elsewhere. <br />He use lot of corduroy, cotton, calf leather, chicken leg leather, special wood etc.<br /> The designs are such that he make it very attractive and also expressive. The real craft of his shoes is the wooden base.<br />
Innovative Ideas<br />He likes changing his collection completely like in 'Hindi movie poster' collection. <br />he had dialogue of movies written on the shoes. <br />In one design he showed Veeru tied-up and Basanti dancing where it was written 'jab tak tere pair chalenge is ki saans chalegi'. <br />Whereas in another collection he had Hindi phrases written, like 'jahan caah wahan raah'.<br />
Future Plans<br />He plan to open a special store which will also have a lounge where people can chill out after shopping.<br />
Work <br />Rohan Arora's footwear designs and his collection “Naya Daur” presented a line of hand made shoes in fabrics that ranged from hand painted khadi to leather..<br />There was a touch of Bollywood with Hindi film posters painted on them. <br />The fabric mixes along with screen and block prints gave an unusual touch to the footwear. <br />
Lakme Fashion Week<br />Models walk on the ramp on 5th day for rohan arora.<br />They all wear a long kurta with black and white strips.<br />Various collection of shoes were presented.<br />All were looking stylish, trendy yet comfortable.<br />
Experience <br />We all have come to know a lot for rohan arora and about his collection.<br />It was very useful being a student of fashion designing.<br />Thank you for conducting this event.<br />
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