Fashion week at TGIP
All those Noidaiites who love fashion shows must visit the The Great India Place (TGIP) mall this week. The mall is hosting ‘The Great Indian Fashion Week 2017’. The show is being choreographed and presented by fashion guru Prasad Bidapa.
Within the scintillating ambience of The Great India Place, you will get to witness the avant-garde designs and collections, top Indian and international models, beautifully choreographed sequences and foot tapping music.
Some of the key brands putting up their latest collections are Skechers, Casio, Globus, Trends from Reliance, Pantaloons, Pantaloons Women, Monte Carlo, Liberty, Baby G, G-Shock & Kasrr to name a few.
The week-long lavish affair that started on April 30 has already had the noted names in the fashion industry walking the ramp. These include Mr. India Arry Dabas, Miss India Universe Noyonita Lodh both of who showcased the Summer Collection for the year, Bollywood diva Disha Patani (of MS Dhoni : The Untold Story fame) who sizzled the ramp as the showstopper in the Summer Collection presented by the premium brands that showcased their latest collections.
Miss India Universe Noyonita Lodh
The objective of The Great Indian Fashion Week (TGIFW) is to bring to the forefront the growing importance of Noida as a fashion hub in Delhi NCR. The timing is important as this is also the time when most of the premium brands that operate in The Great India Place Mall and Gardens Galleria Mall, come out with their exclusive Summer Collections for the year.
Bollywood Diva Disha Patani
Says Mahim Singh, Mall head , TGIP, Entertainment City Ltd, “Since its inception, TGIP has always been at the forefront of innovation in the retail environment in the country. The Great Indian Fashion Week is yet another attempt at recreating and establishing the property in the highest echelons of fashion. We were overwhelmed by the response from our customers and partner brands. We will continue to create more opportunities for our customers to engage and interact with the best of brands, designers and fashion events in the future as well.”