In the ever-changing world of fashion, fashion designers continue to advertise the significance people place on fashion, and people continue to follow designers’ every move in the fashion industry. This infinite loop of codependency allows fashion to keep its dominant position in society for a long time to come as long as this continues. It impacts not just what we wear but also what we do, say, and think. That is why fashion indeed does reign over the world.
A British-Indian fashion designer Nikita Karizma thinks that in order to survive the demanding world of this industry, fashion designers must strive to keep their designs highly innovative and creative. Nikita is a fashion designer from the London College of Fashion. Her journey into the fashion world starts way back in the time when she was just a child.
Nikita’s creative fashion sense is a gift from her three generations of fashion buyer family. She spent most of her childhood following her parents on business travels to India. While her parents worked closely with Indian manufacturers and suppliers, Nikita developed an eye for fashion esthetics by observing them.
As a teenager, Nikita styled the Sugababes for a magazine cover and Miss America for an editorial. She accompanied her late mother in dressing and styling numerous Bollywood stars, including the highly acclaimed Miss World Aishwarya Rai. Consequently, Nikita gained a knack for clothing ladies to feel beautiful and confident for their most memorable moments.
Nikita worked in the media in London for six years, interviewing celebrities and influencers at events and on the red carpet. This kindled her ambition to give the world a voice and light by regular routines, hopes, and teachings derived from her childhood experiences.
Nikita’s unique design caught the eye of various celebrities when she was in college. She has been worn by Paris Hilton, Lady Gaga, the Kardashian family, Fergie, Gwen Stefani, Christina Aguilera, and many other internally known celebrities and influencers.
With her creative fashion wear and lifestyle pieces, Nikita adds value to her clients’ lives. She emphasizes empowering women through her designs. From selecting the most appropriate fabric for her customers to recycling the leftover pieces of cloth, Nikita follows a unique yet practical approach to run her label.
The compassionate designer also spends a lot on charity and welfare. During the COVID-19 outbreak, her studio provided 20,000 face masks to local charities, homeless shelters, care homes, and schools. Nikita and her family visited a Buddhist nunnery run by Mae Chee Sansanee and sixty female nuns during a vacation to Thailand, which they will continue to support.