18 Feb The 6th Annual Roshnic Latif Fashion Show launches this weekend!
RL: As usual I’ll be showing 3-4 micro collections or lines again. This year, I’ll be showcasing a western line, my hand-painted silk line, and my formal line. The western line is based on the polka dot theme. It consists of different patterns and cuts. The hand painted line is inspired by the 300 year anniversary of San Antonio and a few pieces are inspired by my trip to Japan. The formal ethnic wear is fusion mix of eastern and western arrangement with silks, organzas, chiffons, brocade and lots of hand work using gold, silver and silk threads.
Past designs by Roshnic Latif
RL: Yes I’m seeing increasing diversity in fashion globally. Recently at fashion week we experienced lots of designs inspired by eastern wear. Even our designers are creating beautiful gowns and vice versa. Fashion is a beautiful representation of different culture over all and should be a place to express your ideas and yourself.
RL: To me, my customer is trendy, an art lover and diverse. They are drawn to my unique one of a kind pieces because my designs are artisanal hand made through the cutting, painting, embroideries and stitching. You will see this through my micro collections/lines this year, whether it’s my hand paint pieces, western line or formal wear.
Sneak Peek of this year’s hand painted line