Pearl of the OrientMeera & Muzaffar AliThis collection is perfect for a bride with a minimalistic, classy style. Pastel hues: cream, shell pink, lilac and peach with a dash of bold red, black, bronze and gold dominated the ramp. Embellished palazzos teamed with anarkalis gave an interesting twist to the usual bridalwear. The kundan chokers, maang tikka and passa were understated yet striking.
ElohimJyotsna TiwariFishtail gowns, belted saris, a smattering of peplum and sheer laced with sheen, and full bodied, exquisitely embroidered lehengas — Tiwari’s collection was a bold hued breath of fresh air, reminiscent of the flapper era. While we fell in love with the embellished bustier blouses, we were left asking for more saris in pastel hues, fit for an experimental bride
Free Spirited BrideRina DhakaPop hues, bursts of glitter and quirky prints dominated the ramp for this collection. Sheer, sequinned saris and dupattas with ruffled hemlines, were a fun variation of the usual bridal outfits. Strapless mirrorwork cholis and sheer bundcollared blouses were also interesting. Though the patchwork seemed a tad incoherent at times, the collection perfectly showcased the sensibilities of a boho chic bride.