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'''''Manish Arora''''' is an Indian fashion designer based in New Delhi, and is the creative director of the womenswear collection of the French fahion house Paco Rabanne. She is also the designer who designed the Carousel Dress wore by [[Joey Yung]] during her [[Nokia Joey Yung Concert Number 6|Number 6]] concert.
 
'''''Manish Arora''''' is an Indian fashion designer based in New Delhi, and is the creative director of the womenswear collection of the French fahion house Paco Rabanne. She is also the designer who designed the Carousel Dress wore by [[Joey Yung]] during her [[Nokia Joey Yung Concert Number 6|Number 6]] concert.
==Intervies with Manush Arora==
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==Intervies with Manish Arora==
 
Joey's production team has done a interview with Manish Arora about the Carousel Dress after Joey's concert. The full interview was included in the [[Number 6/Live album|live products]] of the concert.
 
Joey's production team has done a interview with Manish Arora about the Carousel Dress after Joey's concert. The full interview was included in the [[Number 6/Live album|live products]] of the concert.
 
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'''What do you think the carosuel represents?'''<br>All the colours and constant changes build up to a whirlwind of fun in the piece. I thnik it represents the simplicity and fun involved in being young at heart.
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'''The audience at the concert was delighted with the costume. As they could see the bottom part of the dress rotate. Was the mechanics of the Carosuel the biggest challenge in making the dress?'''<br>}}
 
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===Number 6===
 
===Number 6===

Revision as of 09:51, May 24, 2011

Manish Arora is an Indian fashion designer based in New Delhi, and is the creative director of the womenswear collection of the French fahion house Paco Rabanne. She is also the designer who designed the Carousel Dress wore by Joey Yung during her Number 6 concert.

Intervies with Manish Arora

Joey's production team has done a interview with Manish Arora about the Carousel Dress after Joey's concert. The full interview was included in the live products of the concert.

English version

Could you tell us the concept behind the Carousel Dress and your spring/summer collection 2009 in general? What inspired the carousel dress?
My SS'09 collection was inspired by the circus. The whole collection was designed on these lines. The carousel was one of the most used elements in this collection. I wanted one statement piece in the line, and obviously the Carousel Dress had to be it.

What do you think the carosuel represents?
All the colours and constant changes build up to a whirlwind of fun in the piece. I thnik it represents the simplicity and fun involved in being young at heart.

The audience at the concert was delighted with the costume. As they could see the bottom part of the dress rotate. Was the mechanics of the Carosuel the biggest challenge in making the dress?

Chinese version

Images

Number 6

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