THE INDIAN Fashion Carnival postponed indefinitely, just days before its launch


THE INDIAN Fashion Carnival - the rebranded third edition of Kolkota (Calcutta) Fashion Week - has been postponed indefinitely, just days before its launch. The event was due to start on September 10. Organisers blamed "certain unavoidable circumstances and operational difficulties". However, Sunil Sethi, President of Fashion Design Council of India told just-style he feared major designers had refused to participate or pulled out over concerns the event would not generate enough sales. "There is an over-enthusiasm ...

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