He is known as the ' India's master of fabric and fantasy'. Rohit Bal is known to understand the psyche of his buyers so well that the fashion pundits have bestowed the title- ‘trend setter of fashion industry’ on him.
The highlight of the evening was when Sonam Kapoor in beautiful muslin and paisley pattern lehenga closed the show for Rohit bal as his show stopper.
The show winded with Rohit Bal and Sonam Kapoor dancing to the tunes of a Bollywood number. Models sashayed down the ramp in long gowns and with extensive use of muslin in the creation of those Victorian collars, it made everything look so royal. A lot of kashmiri embroidery work was seen on gowns worn with short velvet jackets by the models in his show. MULMUL collection was all about antique gold kasab kashmiri embroidery on muslin to shibori on fabrics like voiles and chanderi. Another part of collection which was showcased had extensive light embroidered work on long anarkalis with the use of muslin cloth in the making of such ensembles. To match the taste of Indian bride, a couple of heavy gold embroidered velvet red lehengas were also presented towards the end.