“Twin Peaks on Haribo” was the title Manish Aora gave to his Western-inspired fall show.
— March 3, 2016
Embellishment was key to Manish Arora’s vibrant disco gypsy aesthetic for spring.
— October 1, 2015
Arora’s eye for detail was extraordinary and extended to his accessories.
— March 5, 2015
For spring, the visual impact was galactic — literally — as Manish Arora imagined a woman traveling through outer space.
— September 25, 2014
Some of the designer’s sugary references for fall were literal, such as the prints of giant popsicles, cupcakes and candy-cane bridges.
— February 27, 2014
Guests included British singer Bishi Bhattacharya, who stars in the Indian designer’s short film “Holi Holy.”
— September 26, 2013
The designer transformed Twenties flapper girls into candy ravers in his spring collection, which was inspired by Josephine Baker.
The dense digital prints the designer showed for fall felt more current than ever.
— February 28, 2013
The designer chose India to inform his spring lineup — yet not of the Bollywood variety.
— September 27, 2012
The designer put forth a surreal lineup.
— March 1, 2012