John Jacobs will be making its debut at FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week with an eye-catching line up of premium eyewear designs and silhouettes. Partnering with the iconic designer duo SHIVAN & NARRESH for their show, John Jacobs is all set to bring wanderlust on the ramp in luxurious style.
John Jacobs regards fashion as not just an accessory, but a fierce form of self-expression. The brand is known for taking a fresh look at the intersection between fashion, function and the cultural zeitgeist.
Commenting on the association, Apeksha Gupta, CEO & Creative Director, John Jacobs. “John Jacobs Eyewear is all about expressing personality and panache through fashion, and with SHIVAN & NARRESH, we are excited to bring this vision to life at FDCI X Lakme Fashion Week. The designers are all set to display their love for traditional Indian art and history through an exquisitely hand-crafted and detailed collection.”
“In partnership with John Jacobs, their intricate designs will be accented with statement-making eyewear, with an aim to give the audience a memorable experience. The past few years have been tough on the fashion industry – and the desire to return to normalcy is something we’ve all been craving. On that note, partnerships like these are what keep us looking forward to the future of fashion. Considering the core strengths of the two brands, this fashion show will surely have us all craving clear skies and a sun kissed view soon,” further added Apeksha.
SHIVAN & NARRESH, India’s first luxury holiday brand, known and celebrated for their clutter-breaking designs are partnering with John Jacobs eyewear to present a never-seen-before Fresconian Series at the upcoming edition of FDCI x LakméFashion Week.
The Fresconian Series borrows from the classic painterly quality of fresco murals that lace the walls of the Shekhawati region in Rajashtan and uses John Jacobs premium eyewear designs to amp up the style quotient.The series will paint to life India’s opulent history and evolution through the modern lens of art and design.
Spread across 50 exquisite ensembles for men and women, complemented by exquisite eyewear by John Jacobs, a plethora of hand-techniques such as hand knitting, crochet, hand-machine embroidery and shuttle needle-lace technique hero the intricacy of each garment.