From the lily-white salwaar-kameez of Sridevi in Chandni, the shimmering mirror worked chaniya choli of Aishwarya Rai in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam; the simplicity of Taal, to the vibrant richness of Devdas. Neeta Lulla has simply done it all.
Nikhil and Shantanu stepped stepped onto the field of high fashion with their debut diffusion line at the India Fashion Week in 2001. Their current clients include the who's who of Bollywood.
Cue's latest collection was called 'Light Fantastique' and used metallic colors along with black, cinnamon and beige in fabrics like sand washed satin, polypropylene printed linens, see through georgettes and brushed woolens.
Designers Rohit Khanna and Rahul Gandhi launched their label 'CUE' in Delhi in 1998. Since then, Cue and H20 have participated in eight Fashion Weeks. Rohit and Rahul have also been voted the best mens' wear designers of the year 2005-2006.
And ever since the Fashion Week of 2000, there has been no stopping Malini Ramani as she creates resortwear and prêt lines, refusing to make what she would personally not wear.
With her trademarks of buoyant colours, necklines that dare the décolleté and provocative fits that accentuate curves, Malini prepares a heady cocktail to raise the spirits.
From being the founding fashion editor for Elle magazine (India), to his days of teaching at the National Institute of Fashion Technology, to finally launching his flagship, self-named label, 'Narendra Kumar' in 2002, the designer has come a long way, in a short time.
In 19 glorious years, Neeta Lulla has designed costumes for over 300 Indian movies and is one of the leading fashion designers in India.