Robert Naorem

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Robert Naorem's Manipuri creations at the Manipur Fashion Extravaganza 2014
Robert Naorem's made sarees using the Manipuri fabric with which phanek and phi are normally made. According to his Facebook page the models shown include Hittary Chan, Monika Koijam, Kalpana Khwairakpam, Nina Mo, Jayakumari Thokchom and Naorem Ibemu Devi.

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Robert is a renowned designer, stylist and makeup artist in India. His path has only been upward since the launch of his career. He has dressed the likes of many celebrities from Bollywood and has even done the makeup for contestants of the Miss Bangalore contest. His designs focus on being soft, fairy-tale like results which leave a lasting impression on you.

Robert Naorem is a freelance Fashion Designer, stylist and makeup artist. His hometown is Imphal, but he has been based in Bangalore City, India since January 2010.

Naorem is the founder of Robert Naorem Creations and Styling Advisor to Chetan Yumnam Photography


Sri Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain College, Kolar Gold Fields (KGF), India

Bangalore University, Bangalore, India

SDM College, Ujire, India

Army Institute Of Fashion & Design, Bangalore

Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, Bangalore, India

Don Bosco (School year 2000)


At the Bangalore Show of Manipur Fusion Design Collection he designed a complete saree using the Manipuri fabric with which the Manipuri dresses phanek and phi are normally made.


The second edition of Bangalore based popular stylist Robert Naorem Creations's the Manipur fashion Extravaganza was held at the well crafted and designed ramp assembled at the 1st battalion Manipur Rifles parade ground in Imphal. Many A-list models from other parts of India including Manasi Moghe, Tanvi Singla and Sobhita Dhulipala walked down the ramp of the 1st Battalion Manipur Rifles Parade Grounds in Imphal.

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