Ahaana and Shane chosen fashion icons at Lulu fashion Week closing event

Ahaana Krishna and Shane Nigam
Actors Ahaana Krishna and Shane Nigam were chosen for fashion icons Lulu Fashion Week

As curtains came down on the Lulu Fashion Week, some of the fabulous fashion trends of 2022 were unveiled in Kochi. The fifth edition of the fashion week that reflected the style and panache of Kochi featured many big names from the fashion industry and celebrities who walked the ramp. Young movie stars Ahaana Krishna and Shane Nigam were selected as this year’s fashion icons. Lulu India CEO and director MA Nishad handed over the awards to the duo. This year’s fashion week officially came to an end when Ahaana and Shane, after receiving their awards, strutted down the ramp, oozing style and elegance.

Lulu India CEO M A Nishad (5R) handing over the fashion icon award to actor Shane Nigam at Lulu Mall in Idappally, Kochi.

Movie stars like Nadirshah, Vineeth Kumar, Dev Mohan, Arjun Ashokan, Neeraj Madhav, Ramesh Pisharady, Anu Mohan, Durga Krishna, Tanvi Ram, Sajid Yahia, Sadhika Venugopal, singer Manjeri and producer Sandeep Senan too took part in the closing ceremony of the Lulu fashion week. On the last day, collections from five popular brands including Lulu’s own handloom brand ‘Krithi’ too were presented on the ramp. Fashion awards in various categories were given at the event. Lulu India CEO Rajith Radhakrishnan, buying manager Das Damodaran, Lulu India commercial manager Sadiq Kasim and Lulu India media coordinator NB Swaraj attended the colourful ceremony.

Lulu India CEO M A Nishad handing over the fashion icon award to actor Ahaana Krishna at Lulu Mall in Idappally, Kochi.

Actors like Unni Mukundan, Naren, Ashwin Kumar, Kailash, Niranjana Anoop, Aditi Ravi, Tini Tom, Neha Saxena, Riyas Khan, Hemanth Menon, Shiyas Karim, Nayana, Krishna Prabha, Anand Roshan, Vivek Gopan, singer Vijay Yesudas, music composer Stephen Devassy, Ratheesh Vega, RJ Raghu and Alexandra Johnson had turned show stoppers for designers and brands on various days of the fashion week.

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