Paris fashion week is one of the most awaited fashion event around the globe. After the long break, it has finally made a comeback after the Covid-19.
The high style world went primarily digital for over a year during the pandemic. In any case, huge hitters like Chanel, Hermes and Louis Vuitton are finally getting back to the live runway this season. The must-have adornments? The facial covering and health pass, Bien Sur.
This time, the Paris Fashion Week 2021 was not just about international brand showcasing their extravagant pieces of clothing. While our Indian entertainers were not less than anyone, it was not just our Bollywood diva Aishwariya Rai who was wowing people with her mesmerising ramp walk, and there was another Indian influencer who was making a powerful impact in the Paris Fashion Week 2021
India's one of the most celebrated fashion influencer Masoom Minawala has stunned everybody with her charm at this year’s fashion week. She is a true example of the phrase "One should never forget its roots." Despite living abroad for years, Masoom adores her country and aspires to promote Indian fashion to the entire World. She has always been a big supporter of Indian designers and portrays them through her Instagram.
All her Paris fashion week 2022 outfits had Indian touch; from clothing to jewellery, she gracefully and marvellously represented India at the fashion week.
Her chic statements were handpicked by the emerging Indian designers. This is not the first time she has represented Indian on a global platform. Earlier as well, she has made it into the Cannes Film Festival’s red carpet.
One of her outfits inspired by traditional Indian fashion was 'Dhoti'. She picked a Khadi handloom work outfit from Vaishali Studio. It was genuinely significant for her to feature and have the option to show the worldwide what Indian Fashion and designers have to bring to the table.
Another outfit she wore had a word written in Devnagiri script over a sweatshirt paired with a skirt, accessorised with a bag making her outfit look classy.
She also wore a pantsuit, accompanied by a hoodie, designed by an Indian designer.
Masoommina carried all the Indian elements with herself to the Paris fashion week. You can genuinely fall in love with the way she portrayed our beloved Indian culture on the streets of Paris. From her accessories to her clothing, the essence of the Indian touch was everywhere.