Renowned brands showcase wedding collection at 3-day expo
Luxury exhibition 'Wedding Asia' began in the city on Friday. Ludhiana-based Excelsior Group has organised the three-day exhibition, which has over 85 stalls where visitors can check out almost everything related to organising a wedding.punjab Updated: Aug 23, 2013 17:49 IST
Luxury exhibition 'Wedding Asia' began in the city on Friday. Ludhiana-based Excelsior Group has organised the three-day exhibition, which has over 85 stalls where visitors can check out almost everything related to organising a wedding.
Renowned brands in fashion design, jewellery, hospitality industry, interior décor and photography, are participating in this exhibition being organised at Hotel Majestic Park Plaza.
The exhibition was preceded by a grand fashion show organised on Thursday evening by the company. Supermodels Indrani Das Gupta, Vanya Mishra (Femina Miss India) and Aanchal Oberoi sashayed down the ramp, displaying the latest in elegant bridal couture and jewellery.
The brands that showcased their products at the show, included designer studio Kavita and Meenu - Orange International; Kheem Khab Couture owned by designer duo Pankaj and Utkarsh; designer Deepak S Chhabra; designer Rosy Ahluwalia; jewellery brand Aks by Alka Kumar; Chhui Mui fashion wear by Reeti; and designed wear brand Vajor by Nathasha AR Kumar.
The preview function that was the brand's fifth annual fashion show was held at Stallone Manor and saw the presence of the city's elite. Socialite Anupreet Sethi too walked the runway and MTV award winner artist Jasleen Royal performed at the show.
Maninder Sethi, CEO, Excelsior Group, said the exhibition would soon launch in two new cities of Indore and Hyderabad.
“After successfully launching Wedding Asia Awards, the country's first awards catering to the wedding industry, this is our next major move. The exhibition is a platform where the connoisseurs of luxury get a chance to intermingle, network and buy the brands they love. Our endeavour is to create a luxury property that will encapsulate the flavors of the Indian trousseau and bridal wear,” Sethi said.