The Culture Trip has presented this list of top Indian Fashion designers who are ruling the industry. Fashion design is an art of applying creative designs to clothes and accessories. With the passage of time, various youngsters have opted for this career. As a fashion designer, you can either work independently or can join a firm. In any of the ways, you would quickly earn a living. Indian designers are known for their incredible work. From legendary Ritu Kumar to young Kanika Goyal, this Asian country has given us numerous talented designers.

Let us check out the list.

Masaba Gupta

Masaba Gupta studied fashion designing at Mumbai’s SNDT Women’s University. After her graduation in 2009, she took admission in short courses of Apparel Manufacture and Design. Gupta started working as an independent fashion designer a few years ago. She has launched her own label titled Masaba. She represents her brand at Lakme Fashion Week’s Gen Next show every season. Her clothes are a blend of traditional Indian aesthetic and modern colors. She gives high preference to lightweight fabrics. Bollywood actresses like Bipasha Basu and Shilpa Shetty love Masaba’s fashion accessories. She won several awards such as 2012’s L’Oreal Paris Femina Award, and 2013’s PETA India’s Most Talented Designer Award.

Bibhu Mohapatra

Over the years, Bibhu Mohapatra has been famous for his amazing fashion accessories, prom dresses, and footwear. He was born in Rourkela, and studied economics at a private university in the US. Mohapatra had much interest in fashion designing. He moved to New York City to study at Fashion Institute of Technology.

He is the recipient of 1997’s Critics’ Award for Best Evening Wear Designer of the Year. He has showcased his designs at Paris and London fashion shows. He is mostly famous for his evening dresses and stylish handbags.

Ritu Kumar

Ritu Kumar launched her label in 1969. Since then, she has gained global recognition. Without any doubt, she is one of the top fashion designers of India.

Kumar is mostly known for her fine Indian fabrics. She has her outlets in more than 40 Asian cities. A true pioneer in the industry, Kumar has received awards like France’s Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, and India’s Padma Shri Award.