Camouflage was a fashion show organised by Viru Daru of Sri Lanka Army in association with Lanka Institute of Fashion Technology to raise funds for the betterment of the children of the fallen war heroes of the country. This show was designed and produced by LIFT. Student designers of the institute created collections to reveal the natural beauty of the country mainly focusing on the north. The show consisted of a specially designed Avant Garde collection made out of camo fabrics mixed with mercerised cotton in all bright colours. This special collection was created with the inspiration drawn from the art developed by war heroes children of the age of 7 to 12 years.
The catwalk was presented on ramp backed by large video walls showcasing the specially created videos from different parts of the country. This show was presented to an large audience of 1500 guests where the first lady being the chief guest. View the collection in our gallery under camouflage fashion show.