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Coimbatore

Traditional fashion show enlivens textile fair at Erode

Covai Post Network

Coimbatore : A total of 25 Elite models featuring 85 collections set the ramp on fire at the Fashion Show on the second day of Weaves, the first edition of South India's preier textile fair at nearby Erode.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Texvalley, an Integrated Yextile Market, jointly organised this Fair.

The  Fashion Show, the first of kind, showed the rich tradition blended with modernity and technology of Tamil Nadu.

Key brands showcased at the show  include LIVA Collections 2019, GRASIM Industries; Elite Lungi  Collections, Nandu ; Giles Brooker’s, New Zealand – BIT ; Premium Men’s wear collections 2019, JDC; Non conventional Fibre NIFTTEA; Exclusive Handloom – Maxi and Tops – Nool by Hand; Spring, Western Outfits 2019 – Twin Birds; Autumn, Womens Western Wear, 2019.– LAYA and ALL Season Denim’s – KG Denim

COIMBATORE WEATHER