NYFW Emerging Designer Debut: TANISI

New York Fashion Week welcomes TANISI (meaning goddess) at the Emerging Designer’s Debut Fashion Show. Featuring the FW22 collection, FIORIRE (meaning to flourish) at Flying Solo, 433 Broadway. – Main Rooftop. Shoes provided by, E’MAR.  Tanisi is a celebration of timeless elegance with a mix of subtle and bright colors, with heavily hand worked and handloom fabrics. Designer, Shreya Patel sought to showcase the talent and employ skilled artisans and women alike. With a vision to reduce environmental impact and help local artisans amid the pandemic.

Shreya Patel Says, “We hope to flourish side by side with our artisan, preserving the craftsmanship and talent. This collection pays homage to our fashion heritage, and to the hearts of artisans that work day and night to bring the vision to life in the form of these lavishly adorned bold pieces. ”

ABOUT TANISI

The beautiful garments shown were created by Shreya Patel. She started designing when she moved to the US in 2016, leaving behind her career as a Financial Analyst and decided to turn her passion for designing into a venture. As the brand continued to flourish, she decided to take control of production by starting her own design house with her daughter, Axi Patel. The label aims to grace the silhouettes of women everywhere and make them feel confident in their styling. Our embroidered pieces come in timeless shapes and can easily make you the center of attention, anytime and anywhere.

Photo credit: Jamie Benjamin

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