Wardrobe to mark Victory Day
We are respectful to the pride of country's indolence and creative art. Since its inception, it always is coming up with special arrangement to mark various events, day, which is important for the country.
The Bangali people all over the world celebrate the Victory Day with great joy. In 1971, 16th December, Bangladesh gained its victory which was established after a nine-month long bloody war. On this day, the nation also gained its proper respect and rights. So celebrating this day, paying rich tributes, is the most important thing in this month.
To celebrate the upcoming Victory Day, it however gears up with new idea. Bishwa Ranga arranged a Victory Day photo session of late with two famous media personalities of the country-Subarna Mustafa and Saida Islam Mou at the fore. To lift the pride of country, they took part in the photo session, to wearing Bishwa Ranga's red and green dresses, designed by prominent fashion designer Biplab Shaha.
These two media personalities has remained the cornerstone of country's cultural sector and ignited their sectors with their creative works. Besides those two, in the photo session of Bishwa Rang, notable celebrities like Aupee Karim, Tanveen Sweety, Bappi Chowdhury, Shahed Farhan, Jolly were present amongst others.
Bishwa Rang's fashion theme revolved around country's heritage and culture since the beginning. Therefore they never prioritize business while designing the dresses, rather they have taken it as their responsibility. Since red and green is the colour of our flag and the symbol of our victory, these two colours were the basic element of the Bishwa Rang's Victory Day arrangement.
But some changes were made in Victory Day dresses due to the arrival of winter season. Heavy cotton and Khadi cloths were used this time in the dresses of Bishwa Rang. Through red and green, Bangladesh name was written in the Bishwa Rang's saree, three piece, Panjabi, t-shirt, mug and other elements. Tie Die, block, btic, applic, cutwork, screen were applied in the arrangement of Bishwa Rang's Victory Day fashion.