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May 01st 2012
Designer, Bibhu Mohapatra with model, 
Jessica Perez at the Parson’s Fashion Benefit in New York

Designer, Bibhu Mohapatra with model,
Jessica Perez at the Parson’s Fashion Benefit in New York


May 17th 2012
Spring cocktail dress by Bibhu Mohapatra

Spring cocktail dress by Bibhu Mohapatra


June 27th 2012
During my recent trip to NYC, I had the pleasure of visiting designer Bibhu Mohapatra at his chic new studio.  I’ve followed Bibhu’s career over the years from his days as Creative Director at J. Mendel to the progressive young designe

January 16th 2013
bibhu:

The First Lady, Michelle Obama, wearing a Bibhu Mohapatra Dress on The Tonight show With Jay Leno, earlier this week.
Supporting both many small businesses and many young fashion designers based in the United States. Bibhu is Indian born, but all his clothes are MADE In NEW YORK and he is based in New York.  

bibhu:

The First Lady, Michelle Obama, wearing a Bibhu Mohapatra Dress on The Tonight show With Jay Leno, earlier this week.

Supporting both many small businesses and many young fashion designers based in the United States. Bibhu is Indian born, but all his clothes are MADE In NEW YORK and he is based in New York.  

(Source: bibhu.com, via luxfashion)


February 14th 2013

BIBHU MOHAPATRA FALL/WINTER 2013

Consistent with his past collections of glittering evening wear and luxurious furs, Bibhu Mohapatra’s new collection for Fall/Winter 2013 proved even more impeccable and decadent than his last. Inspired by the photography of Man Ray and his muses, the 33-look collection featured subtle hints of Dadaism and Bauhaus art and is evocative of Parisian glamour in the 20s and 30s.

Graphic prints and color blocking were two of the major trends present throughout the show. The deep jewel tones — violet, navy, rust, cream, and teal — that made up the collection’s color palette were used in interesting combinations. One color-blocked dress combined navy and teal; another mixed navy and rust. These pops of color gave the collection a freshness that could have easily been lost in the sea of beaded chiffons and shimmering satins. The prints were modern and simple and the textiles were particularly rich. Most fabrics featured simple geometric shapes like diamonds and squares, keeping the focus on the silhouettes.

Fur accents also reoccurred throughout the show, but they were used very carefully so that they complimented but did not overpower the garments themselves. Several looks featured voluminous fur collars to contrast the form-fitting silhouettes of the gowns, and many of the coats contained panels of fur that fit in seamlessly with the other textiles.

The hair and makeup for the show was appropriately minimalistic. Each model sported a low chignon, emulating the typical bobbed hairstyles of the 20s and 30s, and the primary accessories were felt hats which sported a grid cutout. One of the looks that stood out most was a fuchsia floor-length gown paired with burgundy fur around the neck. The well-balanced medley of simplicity and intricacy that characterized each look made this collection breathtaking from start to finish.

Deeksha Mehta is a contributing writer. Email her at bstyle@nyunews.com.


February 18th 2013

bibhu:

BIBHU MOHAPATRA FALL/WINTER 2013

Consistent with his past collections of glittering evening wear and luxurious furs, Bibhu Mohapatra’s new collection for Fall/Winter 2013 proved even more impeccable and decadent than his last. Inspired by the photography of Man Ray and his muses, the 33-look collection featured subtle hints of Dadaism and Bauhaus art and is evocative of Parisian glamour in the 20s and 30s.

Graphic prints and color blocking were two of the major trends present throughout the show. The deep jewel tones — violet, navy, rust, cream, and teal — that made up the collection’s color palette were used in interesting combinations. One color-blocked dress combined navy and teal; another mixed navy and rust. These pops of color gave the collection a freshness that could have easily been lost in the sea of beaded chiffons and shimmering satins. The prints were modern and simple and the textiles were particularly rich. Most fabrics featured simple geometric shapes like diamonds and squares, keeping the focus on the silhouettes.

Fur accents also reoccurred throughout the show, but they were used very carefully so that they complimented but did not overpower the garments themselves. Several looks featured voluminous fur collars to contrast the form-fitting silhouettes of the gowns, and many of the coats contained panels of fur that fit in seamlessly with the other textiles.

The hair and makeup for the show was appropriately minimalistic. Each model sported a low chignon, emulating the typical bobbed hairstyles of the 20s and 30s, and the primary accessories were felt hats which sported a grid cutout. One of the looks that stood out most was a fuchsia floor-length gown paired with burgundy fur around the neck. The well-balanced medley of simplicity and intricacy that characterized each look made this collection breathtaking from start to finish.

Deeksha Mehta is a contributing writer. Email her at bstyle@nyunews.com.


March 02nd 2013
#pfw #Bibhu #westin #paris

#pfw #Bibhu #westin #paris


June 03rd 2013
Models waiting to show the Bibhu Mohapatra Fall 2013 Collection in the Penthouse of the Fairmont in San Francisco, May 2013
Loving the patterns

Models waiting to show the Bibhu Mohapatra Fall 2013 Collection in the Penthouse of the Fairmont in San Francisco, May 2013

Loving the patterns


June 05th 2013

September 04th 2013
Inside One Designer's Fashion Week Prep

Bibhu Mohapatra on Lunch Break on WSJ TV today.  


September 05th 2013

Man Ray’s evocative photographs of his muses Kiki du Montparnasse and Lee Miller provided the inspiration for the Bibhu Mohapatra Fall 2013 collection. For the supporting film, the designer discovered the Plumb Bronson House, a training school for wayward women during the period of Man Ray, and utilized it as the location. The film follows a woman’s journey through a Man Ray and Bibhu Mohapatra fantasy, where contemporary interpretations of photograms with solarizing and image processing techniques channel Man Ray and an avant-garde music track, customized to the picture, contributes to the dark October night’s cinematic tension.


December 06th 2013

Jennifer Lopez rocks Bibhu Mohapatra Spring 2014 Look at March of Dimes event! 


March 01st 2014

BIBHU MOHAPATRA FALL 14 RUNWAY FULL HD

(Source: vimeo.com)


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