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ITRH

ITRH ABOUT ITRH is the poetic brainchild of Designer Ridhi Bansal & Creative director Mohit Rai, conceived out of a singular directive—to create a house and a haven in fashion which nurtures the authenticity in craft of our country and an ode to maximalism. Each look and every collection by ITRH focuses on re-imagining heirloom treasures with a contemporary soul. From indigenous textile crafts, intricate embroideries to classic silhouettes, and towards maximal pieces of wearable…

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IVAN YOUNG

IVAN YOUNG – couture aw22/23 Previous Next IVAN YOUNG creations reflect sophistication and high attention and precision in every detail. His artworks’ delicateness and beauty were loved and sought after by many. Designed to perfection using only the finest materials – that is our promise to you in each and every Ivan Young’s masterpieces. Founded in 2017 by two aspiring sisters, Ivan Young was crystalized by the two who have unyielding love, passion, and years…

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ILSE JARA

ILSE JARA – couture AW22/23 Previous Next Born in Paraguay in 1990, Ilse Jara studies Fashion Design at Universidad Americana of Asunción in her own country and, soon after, moved to Milan to develop her designer skills further. Here, she enrolls in the Fashion Design & Production Management master’s at Istituto Marangoni, where she graduates in 2012. Interested in exploring the possibility of merging technological innovations and a modern aesthetic with natural materials and traditional…

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IHAB JIRYIS

Ihab continued his studies, achieving a Master’s degree in theatrical and cinema costume, with a second Master’s in traditional and digital art design. Backed with such impressive scholastic achievements, he developed a unique Avant-Garde brand. It’s been thriving for over 12 years, but still, he wanted more. Ihab also holds a PhD in fashion psychology.

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IVODIA LONDON

IVODIA LONDON – RTW AW23/24 Previous Next Ivodia London showcased her 4th collection at Dubai Fashion Week while remaining faithful to her signature aesthetic. She flaunted a detailed embroidered array of items, ranging from jackets to trimmed cutout dresses and classic long-sleeved dresses made with sleek fabrics and shining crystals. The sheer fabrics contrasted with intricately embroidered skirts in black, beige, white, and gold. The articles which included corsets, evening dresses, and satin fabrics, showcased the…

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