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Anamika Khanna presents her couture collection on Day 4 of Print Fashion Week Season 3: See Pics

Anamika Khanna’s bridal entourage blends elements inspired by nature with a whiff of modernity.

fashion and trends Updated: Oct 30, 2017 16:12 IST
Prerna Gauba
From lighter attires in calming hues to embellished ones in threadwork to zardozi-heavy couture — pick your favourite.
From lighter attires in calming hues to embellished ones in threadwork to zardozi-heavy couture — pick your favourite.

From pastel-hued embroidered lehengas to draped maxis with elegant prints, our stalwart, designer Anamika Khanna’s couture collection, Happily Ever After, ushers in a big dose of freshness.

“With this collection, I tried to put together something for everyone. There is the bride and her family and the groom’s family too — so it’s an amalgamation of light and heavy ensembles to cater to everyone. For me, this was a journey of emotions. We went into small nuances, like picking classics such as Benarasis that one wants to preserve to modern-day silhouettes,” says Khanna.

From lighter attires in calming hues to embellished ones in threadwork to zardozi-heavy couture — pick your favourite.

The tri-coloured pastel lehenga with dori and burnished gold and silverwork teamed with organza dupatta is perfect for all the bridesmaids out there. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Photo)
Break the norm and wear black. This embroidered ensemble is perfect for a mehendi sun-downer. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Photo)
This pop-coloured experimental-drape dress with a jacket embellished with beating silver metal, tassels and beadwork is the ideal pick for a cocktail party. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Photo)
Draped saris are perfect for a fun sangeet function. This one with intricate threadwork adds a quirky twist to the six-yards. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Photo)
This classic pink lehenga with a traditional choli and organza dupatta embellished with intricate zardozi work is a bridal fave. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Photo)

Styling: Akshay Kaushal

Models: Rose Alisha, Shambhavi Bhriguvanshi, Jyoti Bohra, Kashish Khan and Nivedita

Jewellery: St Erasmus

Model coordination: Vishakh Model Services, Purple Thought India

Makeup: Kanchan Mehra