The new fashion trends in India are changing the traditional pattern of Indian attire and people are now opting for more modern looks, such as pants, skirts and tank tops.

While the trend is expected to become more prevalent in the coming years, the government is keeping a tight rein on the trend.

“We have to look at our own standards and how we dress,” said Shailesh Kumar, the director of the Indian Institute of Fashion (IIF), Mumbai.

“If we do not think we are being taken seriously in the country, then why are we wearing a shirt and pants in the first place?”

While the Indian fashion industry has seen a rise in popularity since the launch of the first Indian-made clothes in 2017, the IIF is currently looking at ways to increase the quality of its products.

“The IIF has been working for several years to make quality Indian products and now we are getting closer to being able to do that,” Kumar said.

“We want to be able to make the quality products and we are now going to look into ways to make them in India.

We have to focus on our quality standards and not on our cost.”

The Iif has also decided to set up a separate department for making high-end clothing for its clients.

“There are many people who are very busy and the work is not always done on time.

It is difficult for us to produce high-quality garments for a client.

We need to set it up so that we can take on the clients’ needs,” said Kumar.

While it is not yet a big concern for the Iif, the department has faced criticism in the past for not having sufficient staff.

It has been facing criticism for not creating a dedicated department to ensure that its high-tech and advanced machinery is not misused.

“As we have become a global brand, it is difficult to find qualified people,” Kumar added.

The department will be looking at a number of different options, including outsourcing the manufacturing of garments to a different country and offering contracts to companies who want to manufacture in India, he said.

It will also be looking into the issue of quality assurance, as India is not a country where it is easy to check a garment’s quality.

“I would like to see more stringent standards of quality control and standards of certification,” said the IiF’s Kumar.