At the FDCI India Couture Week, the greatest in Indian fashion exhibited their newly created couture collections. The designers released the finest from their bridal arsenals just in time for the approaching wedding seasons. When it comes to traditional Indian clothing, each fashion company has taken a nuanced stance in order to cater to the demands of the new-age contemporary bride. Among the numerous trends were deconstructed lehengas, embroidered bomber jackets, and structured dresses with multi-dimensional layers.
If sustainability and environmental preservation are important to you, meet Amit Aggarwal, the designer who does it better than anybody else. Marbling designs on leftover PVC and handwoven polymer are used to create his clothes.
Floor-sweeping trails are a thing of the past; now it’s all about the pearled veils. Anamika Khanna continued the trend by including this diaphanous dupatta in her fresh new collection.
Ashima Leena’s 2021 collection, “Nazm E Mahal,” features handwoven sarees and lehengas embellished with traditional handicrafts derived from Rajasthan’s monarchy. The collection represents a day in the life of a modern maharani who prioritizes old-world elegance, grace, and timeless elements in her gowns above all else.
Tarun Tahiliani transformed his historical embroidery-infused saris and lehengas into a stylish co-ord pair with a long jacket for the modern bride. This outfit is ideal for pre-wedding gatherings that demand you to let free and have a good time on the dance floor.
Amit GT’s latest collection, “Scintilla,” aims to capture nature’s beautiful hues and incorporate them into your clothing. The colors and the craftsmanship on the gowns are both a tribute to nature’s splendor. Beautiful blues evoke dewdrops, while shiny silver reflects the brilliant universe.
Anju Modi’s airy outfits featured delicately painted flower patterns, a welcome change from heavy-weight decorations. In your numerous twirls, bright hues with flared skirts and skilfully painted flowers would appear extremely stunning.
It’s past time for women’s clothing to be more practical rather than merely stylish. So what if it’s your wedding gown? A girl’s necessities must be carried. Dolly J studio offered a series of elaborately embroidered ballroom dresses with functional elements such as double-sided pockets.
With his latest release, Siddhartha Tytler appropriated the minimalist mood of weddings. He employed a white and gold color palette to create ensembles that convey refinement, grace, and purity.
Known for his eye-catching mirror-work on lehengas, Varma experimented with zari, embroidery, and cut-outs in his collection this time around, allowing his hallmark work to take a second seat. The collection, titled ‘Noor,’ has a lovely mix of pastels, sienna reds, and calming ivories for both men and women.
You don’t want to look like a bride in a lehenga? You may now strut into your wedding reception wearing your groom’s clothes. Sonam Kapoor Ahuja recently appeared as a muse in Kunal Rawal’s India Couture Week presentation.
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