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NE fashion week Assam edition held

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GUWAHATI, Aug 27 - The Assam edition of the North East India Fashion Week, building up for the premier fashion event�s third edition in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, later this year, was held at the Assam Engineering Institute playground, Chandmari here on Saturday evening.

The organiser of the fashion event was Affluent Ray of Light (ARL), a non-profit organisation dedicated to globalise the social and cultural aspects of the different tribes of the Northeastern region.

The Assam edition of the event, christened �The Khadi movement � Assam edition�, was conceptualised to inspire and encourage the upcoming handicraft artisans and designers of the region, who are working exclusively towards the promotion of the Northeastern region�s unique fabrics and culture.

The Assam edition witnessed participation of over 50 designers and indigenous weavers hailing from across the region.

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NE fashion week Assam edition held

GUWAHATI, Aug 27 - The Assam edition of the North East India Fashion Week, building up for the premier fashion event�s third edition in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, later this year, was held at the Assam Engineering Institute playground, Chandmari here on Saturday evening.

The organiser of the fashion event was Affluent Ray of Light (ARL), a non-profit organisation dedicated to globalise the social and cultural aspects of the different tribes of the Northeastern region.

The Assam edition of the event, christened �The Khadi movement � Assam edition�, was conceptualised to inspire and encourage the upcoming handicraft artisans and designers of the region, who are working exclusively towards the promotion of the Northeastern region�s unique fabrics and culture.

The Assam edition witnessed participation of over 50 designers and indigenous weavers hailing from across the region.

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