Our Hindi film industry is very well known all over the world. Recalling the history of cinema it has been releasing Hindi films for approximately more than 100 years. The name itself is derived from the city name Bombay and the Hollywood. Our entire fashion industry and textile industry run according to Bollywood fashion style because the Hindi film depicts Indian society with such clothing. It influences a lot of Indian women around the globe.
India is a multicultural country and our dressing style changes state to state despite of that Our Bollywood Lehenga Fashion has been seen frequently in movies. Lehenga Choli Style Costumes Clothing has given sharp focus in UK as well as USA along with hair style including Ornaments because once the movie released in market this trends become the people’s first choice. For example demand of Bollywood Designer Lehengas Online in the fashion market shows the popularity of Indian celebrity dresses in public.
The first experiment was done by late Bhanu Acharya who was our first attire designer in movie SHEB BIBI AUR GULAM In 1960 and the film’s outfits were appreciated by Indian people so that trend was followed by almost each and every dress designing company and textile industry. After this incident the Bollywood costumes were copied by our clothing industry and were distributed in bulk outside in Indian market for sell.
It was a time when only black and white film exists at that time Bollywood clothes were not that famous among the ladies. When you spotted our actresses in Indian Bollywood Lengha you are pretty sure this is a change because it was originated in Pakistan and Afghanistan and also used by people of Punjab and Kashmir, later on it became popular in many party of India in early 1920.
As you know that we were ruled by British Empire and after Independence the first film was produced and suddenly our filmmaker had targeted audience with western style dresses like mini skirt and tops because of the British influence.
The real time came in 1970 when the retro style outfits were in immense demand; celebrity designer suits were in the market and accepted madly by people. In 1973 Dimple Kapadiya was introduced by Boby, and the short skirt and top became the symbol of that movie and later on named as Boby dress.
In 1987 Shridevi wore blue chiffon outfit in film Mr. India and which brought into limelight the celebrity influence and so many Indian tailors offered such designs that was loved by most.
Top 5 fashion designer:
(1) Manish Malhotra: A big name in Indian Cinema,generally designs all types of dresses including Indian and western
(2) Sabyasachi Mukherjee: Perfectionist in making Indian traditional wear for celebs.
(3) Neeta Lulla: National award winner, globally known designer, her style of design is unique and royal
(4) Vikram Phandis: Famous internationally as well as nationally. His creative Bollywood Costume Ideas presented at the Lakme Fashion Week have been in great demand worldwide mainly in US, UK and Dubai.
(5) JJ Valya: A king of hand embroidered and stunning collection.