The vast array of present collections among the fashion world has opened our eyes to acceptance of quirkier outlook among Indians. The ability of an Indian to carry out any style makes them divergently acceptable to any new ideas in town.
Yes, we take styles and trends from other cultures but that doesn’t mean that we forget or roots. We have the ability to recreate old Indian tradition, remix earlier versions, fuse different cultures, reuse trends in hand and make Fashion talk for itself with our styles.
So here are some remixed, revised eye catching street wear looks that we can all adapt into. We don’t do the talking; our clothes tend to do it for us!
We don’t just create new fashion statements; we redefine pre-existing fashion statements and make them our own.
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