RinaDhaka (Fashion designer)
Inspired by rajasthani gota work, her collection was for a no-frills bride.
Left: Modern revamp If you want to go traditional without looking like a mantelpiece, this is your pick. Ideal for a bohemian bride, the ensemble pairs the timeless colour palette of red and black.
Right:chiffonchic Slinky, sexy and sophisticated, a chiffon sari is the ideal way to celebrate the cocktail function. The gilded kamdani embroidery work is an accessory in itself.
Anju Modi (Fashion designer)
Her collection had prints like that of royal chariots on full skirts, that unleashed princess regalia.
Left: Nouveau ethnic We loved how the sherwani incorporates side slits and pants instead of churidaar or dhoti in this ensemble. Brogues, instead of juttis, are a refreshing style change.
Right: Fusion fantasia We love the dhoti with gilded lining paired with shirt, printed tie and a chic embellished blazer, that screams of impeccable styling. Wearing printed socks with duo-textured brogue shoes brought an extra edge to the look.
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