We all look up to celebrities and seek runway designs to pick cues for wedding fashion and when celebrities walk the ramp in designer outfits, they set the trends for the wedding season. This weekend gave us some out-of-the-world ideas to build a unique wedding collection.
The just-concluded India Couture Week, held in Delhi, saw some top designers of the country showcasing some of their best designs in wedding fashion. Tarun Tahiliani, Anju Modi, Rohit Bal and many other famed designers left us spellbound with their eccentric creations. Take a look at these amazing outfits that you would love to flaunt at a wedding.
Rohit Bal –
The celebrated designer, Rohit Bal, paid an ode to the magnificent beauty of flowers and dedicated his collection ‘Guldastah’ - to the treasures of nature. Look at those subtle yet classy outfits with natural motifs, birds and bright flowers emboss that took inspiration from the Mughal gardens of Kashmir. The designer used a variety of fabrics like cotton silk blends, chanderi, silk organza and velvet to present his creativity.
Anju Modi -
Anju Modi’s collection 'A Maiden's Prayer' showcased rich fabrics like velvet, brocade and silk in jewel tone palette. Large puffed sleeves, flowy gowns and printed lehengas in pastels were seen in abundance in her creations. Kangana Ranaut closed the show for the designer in a bridal outfit inspired from the Victorian era.
Tarun Tahiliani -
‘In Elysium’ couture by designer Tarun Tahiliani was curated to celebrate ‘modern Indian goddess’ who is deep-rooted in traditions yet has an open mind. Flowing silhouettes, shimmering florals and light drapes dominated the collection. Aditi Rao Hydari displayed the craft of Tarun Tahiliani in a muted Swarovski-embellished lehenga.
Falguni & Shane Peacock -
Designers Falguni and Shane Peacock used chrome applique technique inspired from the Parisian princess. The designers’ collection celebrated bold metallic hues in shades of gold, silver, dust rose, cream and copper. Kareena Kapoor was the showstopper for the event.
Shyamal & Bhumika -
The designer duo got inspired by the beauty of European palaces and created this collection with a heavy use of mirrors and flower embroidery over variants of the silk fabric. They created interesting tops with structured sleeves, capes and jackets, which lifted up the attires. Kiara Advani showcased one of the designs in an ethereal green lehenga.
Reynu Taandon -
Reynu Taandon’s collection was a celebration of florals. With pretty pastel tones, fragile florals and mellowed embellishments, the line was named 'Once upon a Dream.’ Perfect for those who want to avoid the bling and go subtle.
Rahul Mishra -
Rahul Mishra’s creations were inspired by lush greenery and age-old Mughal architecture. Geometric patterns blended perfectly with embroidered nature drawings, ruled the line.
Suneet Varma -
'Naintara' – the collection of Suneet Varma represented modern Indian women who live in the today but are also mindful of traditional Indian culture. The line that was an amalgamation of Indian and European cultures, offered glamorous designs in shades of gold, blue, yellow, black and silver.
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