Showcasing Dongre's collection, which depicts Indian heritage, Tandon said the creations were for all seasons. "Her (Anita Dongre) creations are very comfortable. Every woman has a comfort zone, and I think, she designs clothes according to moods, whether they are western or Indian. This collection of her's is timeless," observed Raveena Tandon.
"You buy this kind of piece once in your lifetime and it goes on forever. Fashion may come and go, times may change, but this will remain. It has that royal, that every classic, timeless kind of look to it," she added.
On her part, Anita Dongre said that she was preparing hard for the upcoming Wills Fashion Week to be held in New Delhi on March 19. "Really busy, just another five days before I go out to Delhi. Just trying to finish off all the designs that we've conceived... and get out in time," said Dongre.
The Indian fashion industry has lately gained tremendous prominence and today, it ranks among the country's high growth sectors. In view of the rising disposable income and surging exposure to western media, the overall turnover in the fashion industry is expected to double over the next couple of years.