7th September 2009
Designer’s Name: Kanchan Hyoju, Sushila Shahi, Sovita Shrestha and
Theme Definition: Nepali hand woven fabrics has always been traditional and worth to be worn in any rituals and festive occasion. But what happens when this traditional look with a mida touh goes contemporary?
Well…Well…my dear guests, we are now here to witness our third sequence……THE TOUH OF NEPAL from Kanchan Hyoju, Sushila Shrestha, Sovita Shrestha, and Roshni Shrestha. The fabrics had been provided form typical handloom of Bhaktapur
The jewellery had been provided from Neva Craft of Pokhnajal.
The garments are casual with one piece A line, Balloned and flred silhouette with vibrant traditional colors of yellow, magenta, blue, orange, black and red. The surface retails had been patchwork, cuts and piing with multiple variations of dhoti and draped trouser.
So her co es our third sequence ……………….”THE TOUCH OF NEPAL”
TOUCH OF NEPAL
Kanchan Hyoju, Sushila Shrestha
We are here to prove ourselves with different aspirations for our future. Kanehan wants to open a export house.
Sushila has her own workshop and want to experiment with handloom fabrics.
Roshni and Sovita has got her plans to open a boutique.
Patch work will be our signature surface ornamentation for our designer garments. We will use lots of patches for our garments big, small, circular, and linear and sequence to built up our own styles with the cotton handloom Nepalese fabrics.
This is how we will come to the market in Nepali with a new line of fabrics developed by us. Color has always inspired us a lit, so more of vibrant colors will play a massive past in our garments too.
Hope we achieve our dream to come in success.