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Fittings schedule for LIFW '03 start 13 July

MUMBAI: Preparations for the most important event in the Indian fashion calendar - the fourth Lakme India Fashion Week (LIFW) to be held between 18-24 July 2003 in Mumbai - are in full swing.

The details of the fittings schedule (13-17 July) has been announced. As reported earlier, Sony Entertainment Television will be the host broadcaster of the event for the next three years.

Insomnia, the city hotspot located within the premises of Taj Mahal Hotel will be the venue for the fittings schedule that will commence from 13 July (Sunday) onwards. During the sessions, the designers will work with certain choreographers as well as models belonging to either group A or B - all the shortlisted models have been either slotted into group A or B.

The schedule is as follows:

13 July: The designers working with model group A include Rocky S, Arjun Khanna, Krishna Mehta Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna. The designers working with mode group B include Anita Dongre/Pria Puri, Aki Narula, Priya Rao/Sabyaschi, and Monisha Jaisingh. The choreographers are Lubna Adams, Asha, Vidyun, Aparna and Tanya.

14 July: The designers working with model group A include Anamika Khanna, Deepika Govind, Nikhil Mehra, Raghavendra Rathore, Naheed Merchant/Rehane. The designers working with model group B include Ashish Soni, Malini Ramani, Ranna Gill, Ritu Kumar and Lina Tipnis. The choreographers are Lubna Adams, Asha, Vidyun, Aparna and Tanya.

15 July: The designers working with model group A include MB Grover, Anuradha Vakil, Aparna Chandra, Kavita Bhartiya, Vijay Arora and Tarun Tahiliani. The designers working with model group B include Manish Arora, Arti Monappa, Aparna Jagdhari, Tarana Rajpal, Neeta Bhargava, Niki Mahajan and Anjana Bhargava. The choreographers are Lubna Adams, Asha, Vidyun, Aparna and Tanya.

16 July: The designers working with model group A include Ashima, Leena, Monapali, Rina Dhaka, JJ Valaya, Payal Jain. The designers working with model group B include Meera/Muzaffar Ali, Anshu A Sen, Sonam Dubbal, Rajesh Pratap Singh and Satya Paul. The choreographers are Lubna Adams, Asha, Vidyun, Aparna and Tanya.

17 July: The designers include Rohit Bal, Wendell Rodrigues, Hemant Trivedi, Kiran Uttam Ghosh and Liberty Revolutions. The choreographers are Lubna Adams, Asha, Vidyun, Aparna and Tanya.

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