According to the international mediapersons seated in the front row during the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week.
Fashion Editor of Drapers, Kabhi Mirza said - : I am looking forward to seeing young designers' who can think out of the box. Last time, most of the designers were catering to the domestic and Middle Eastern market. Only a few like Manish Arora and Rohit Bal caught the international attention.
According to Hilary Alexander, fashion director of The Daily Telegraph: : It's my first trip to India for the WIFW and I am very excited. I have done a story on Tarun Tahiliani earlier.
I also like the Indian designers who have shown at the London Fashion Week such as Manish Arora, Ashish and Ghulam Sakina. Indian fashion lacks international profile at the moment but I think that this is gradually changing.
Shizue Hamano, fashion editor of Vogue, Japan: I have seen some of the jewellery made by the designers in India and it is amazing. I have heard about Manish Arora who had showed at London Fashion Week. I see a bright future for Indian designers.