Atsu Sekhose

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Atsu Sekhose (left) Photo: From a ‘Nagas-only’ page [1]

There are plenty of photographs of tsamaar/ mayang in Atsu Sekhose clothes. This page needs pictures of north-eastern models in Atsu Sekhose clothes. Besides, his own website and Facebook page have nothing about his life before coming to Delhi.



Delhi based designer Atsu Sekhose graduated from NIFT, New Delhi in 2001. Apprenticed with one of India’s leading fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani and Spanish high street brand ZARA for a couple of years before launching his eponymous label ‘ATSU’ in late 2006. Since his 2007 spring /summer debut, the brand has grown immensely and received wide accolade domestically. Primarily known for his chic, feminine and understated clothing Atsu’s line has evolved into a complete ready-to-wear collection which firmly holds his signature style and modern adaptation to classic silhouettes.

Atsu’s profile boasts of being featured by Elle magazine as the rising star of Indian fashion, invitation to showcase at Tranoi, paris, Vogue also profiled him as the most promising designer to watch out for. His spring/summer 2009 collection bagged him the ‘best debut’ by Elle style awards and Vogue spotlighted his spring/summer 2009 as one of the strongest collection of the season. He also showcased his latest spring summer 2010 collection at Milan fashion week .

The label

ATSU –the label is sold at ensemble (Delhi+Mumbai), mélange (Mumbai), and collage (Bangalore+Chennai).

Contribution to fashion

Source: Polka Cafe

Atsu is probably one of the most renowned fashion designers in India! His love for intricate detailing, tribal fabrics, and soft patterns makes his designs very free-flowing and innovative. He has dressed the likes of Bollywood stars Kareena Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and Sonam Kapoor. Atsu's efforts in making ethnic crafts and textiles from Nagaland a high point in fashion has been tremendous and it has caught the eye of many designers around India, who wish to start focusing on cultural fashion.


Atsu Sekhose has been described as India's answer to Halston.

See also

Beauty contests

Miss Arunachal // Chapchar Kut // Manipur: Fashion // Miss Dimapur // Miss Manipur // Miss Mokokchung // Miss Myanmar 2012 (there are many Indpaedia pages about Miss Myanmar and Miss Burma) // Miss Nagaland // Miss Nepal: 1994 (there are Indpaedia pages about every year of Miss Nepal) // Miss Tibet: The contest (there are Indpaedia pages about every year of Miss Tibet) // Miss North East 1995-2003 (there are many Indpaedia pages about Miss North East)// Miss Shillong // Miss Wokha, Miss Tokhu // …and many more.


Akuonuo Khezhie // Atsu Sekhose // Carol Humtsoe // Delphine Marbaniang // Edward Lalrempuia // Esther Jamir // Ethel Konyak // Geetanjali Thapa // Karma Pemyang Saratsang // Ketho Leno Kense // Kethose Nagi // Lin Laishram // Moe Set Wine // Nibir Shabnam // Prabal Gurung // Robert Naorem // Sonam Pachey // Zennyla Bhutia // …and many more.


The link Cinema-TV-Pop at the bottom of this page will lead you to a fuller list of articles about the cinemas of North-East India, especially Assamese cinema, Manipuri cinema …and many more.

Popular music

Lou Majaw // Mami Varte // Sourabhee Debbarma …and many more.

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