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Countdown to WIFW begins

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(FDCI) has announced the dates of the Wills India Fashion Week (Spring/Summer 2011 edition), which is scheduled to be held at (ITPO), Hall No. 18, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, from October 23-27, 2010.
 
FDCI will be making special arrangements to ensure that the venue is ‘tailor-made’ for an event of such enormity. An exciting assemblage of exquisite lounges, plush salons, exotic on-site restaurants and novel exhibition café counters will ensure that all guests and participants enjoy every bit of their experience at the WIFW. In addition to the ample parking space available, a dedicated valet service will also be provided to the invitees.
 
Sunil Sethi, President, FDCI said, “WIFW brings a new season of refreshing talent, exciting colour palettes and clothing construction. This edition of WIFW will open doors to manifold trade opportunities through larger participation by designers, buyers, sponsors and the fashion fraternity. With the belief of our stakeholders and the dream of taking the industry from strength to strength we look forward to another edition of the business of fashion.”
 
, Divisional Chief Executive, ITC’s Lifestyle said, “ India Fashion Week is India`s grandest celebration of fashion. The coming together of India`s leading designers, international buyers and support from all sponsors at this unique platform is a reflection of the event`s stature and grandeur. With a spectacular show of the India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2010 edition, we look forward to another successful season of serious business of fashion.”
 
A `By Invitation Only` event, Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week aims to serve as an effective platform to promote fashion design and provide industry professionals the opportunity to form trade linkages within India and globally. Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week offers participating designers a business presence and a series of marketing tools all aimed at informing and updating buyers, investors, corporate houses and the media.