DHL at Lakme Fashion Week

Lakme Fashion Week opened March 18th with a jam-packed schedule filled with some of India’s biggest and best names in fashion set to show the subcontinent what’s in store for Summer/Resort 2015.

As Official Logistics Partner to more than 30 Fashion Week events around the world, DHL is happy to once again support the designers at Lakme Fashion Week as they bring their exciting and unique ideas to the world stage while presenting at the Palladium in Mumbai.

As part of that support, DHL will be holdings its own fashion show under the motto Global Trade Improves Lives featuring two of India’s biggest names in the world of fashion. Kunal Rawal, who made his debut at Lakme Fashion Week in 2006 as the youngest designer ever, is beloved by Bollywood and cricketeers alike – having designed uniforms for IPL teams Rajasthan Royals and the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Sharing the runway with Rawal is Nishka Lulla, a child of the fashion world who has really grown into her own, with several National Awards in the Best Costume category and a costumer to many Bollywood stars.

Their show, held on Saturday, March 21 at 5:30 p.m. at the Palladium, Lower Parel in Mumbai, is sure to attract some of India’s biggest celebrities. If you aren’t in India but want in on all the beautiful action, you can follow #DHLDESIGNS on Facebook and Twitter or #DHLFashionista on Twitter and Instagram. By following the hashtags, you’ll also be able to check out the unique entries in a contest for budding fashion designers and stylists aimed at designing for the motto of Global Trade. And stay tuned to In Motion next week for great pictures and comments from the designers after the shows are over.

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