For all those to-be brides, here is a round up of all the essentials you need to incorporate in your wedding trousseau straight from the recently concluded BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015 held at DLF Emporio.
Dakshna by Ashima Leena #SpunkySouth
Inspired from the beauty of Southern India, this collection takes elements from the South in forms of motifs, jewels, fabrics and drapes. Finely appliqued temple motifs on rich silks, hand-embroidered jeweled motifs and borders bring subtle illumination. Bright, intense, contrasting hues of Indigo Blue, Crimson Red, Beige, Fuchsia, Marigold Orange, Mellowed Gold, Emerald-green, Black and the quintessential South Gold amalgamate to create this offering.
That is it! By Falguni and Shane Peacock #VintageVibe
The collection fuses the ancient intricate embellishment techniques of India with the graceful silhouettes from the western land to form, a collection that evokes a sense of vintage splendor and ethnic charm.The collection includes voluminous and slim fit floor scraping gowns, slender sari gowns, saris, willowy anarkalis and statuesque bridal lehengas adorned with magnificent capes. Layers of organza and tulle, forming billowing volumes, bold play of sheer, intricate floral and baroque appliqué, meticulous prints and oriental inspirations are a mainstay of this collection.
JJ VALAYA Bolshoi Bazaar #KissofRussia
This year’s collection traverses the large extent of Russian boundaries and finds inspiration from various regions and discipline including the jewels of the czars, the Ikats of the nomadic Russia, the Onion domes of Moscow, Russian Kerchiefs and pre-rebellion architecture! This in turn results in a modern, yet distinctly Indian collection in signature weaves, Crepes, Georgettes and other fine fabrics and champions various techniques ranging from Digital printing, Appliqué and the fabled Valaya embroideries to create a perfect blend of the past and today’s contemporary chic.
The Mahal by Shantanu & Nikhil #DivineRoyalty
The collection embarks on its journey from the attractive lore culture with the braced narration of the peaceful essence of deserts natural canvas and the intermeddle is a mesmerizing allurement of charismatic luxurious attributes and the strong influence of the “Jharokha” which is overwhelming and is made with extraordinary amount of soulfulness, taking you to the intricate and sublime star light of the “Sheesh Mahal” and then the seamless sojourn of the palace which comes down to the grandeur of the vigorous and the prestigious “Chariot” depicting the pride and might of the people. The color palette is drawn from the native solitary beauty- beige and brown cheerfully ambles into silver metallics and patina gold and then a bright boost with an accompaniment of the intensity of rich reds and teal blues speaking about the glory and the diversified charm of the atmosphere.
Gauri & Nainika Haute Couture 2015 #Dreamy
Nature and art have always been an intrinsic part of the Gauri & Nainika design philosophy. Fall 2015 Haute Couture is a whimsical arrangement of vivid prints and floral textures in floaty and light shapes. Intense bougainvillea textures, airy voluminous skirts, bodices with sharp modern cut outs, circular flowers, dresses in sheer organza and tulle, iridescent pearls in pastel colours, all bring a sweet dream like quality to the collection.
So hope you all have taken notes!!