India Couture Week 2018: Here’s what you can expect from the biggest designers

India Couture Week has arrived and is already giving us so much to look forward to, such as: Collections inspired by the Victorian era, Mughal miniature paintings and European architecture. A look at what Rohit Bal, Tarun Tahiliani, Shane and Falguni Peacock and other fashion designers have on offer.

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India Couture Week has arrived and is already giving us so much to look forward to. A look at what Rohit Bal, Tarun Tahiliani, Shane and Falguni Peacock and other fashion designers have on offer.

India Couture Week has arrived and is already giving us so much to look forward to. A look at what Rohit Bal, Tarun Tahiliani, Shane and Falguni Peacock and other fashion designers have on offer.

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The Victorian era inspires designer Anju Modi’s collection A Maiden’s Prayer. The designer has tried to bring alive the historically significant era through cuts, silhouettes and designs. (Photo courtesy: Anju Modi)

The Victorian era inspires designer Anju Modi’s collection A Maiden’s Prayer. The designer has tried to bring alive the historically significant era through cuts, silhouettes and designs. (Photo courtesy: Anju Modi)

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Indian princesses play muse to Suneet Varma’s latest collection. Titled Nayantara, Varma will showcase about 55 looks on the runway. (Photo courtesy: Suneet Varma)

Indian princesses play muse to Suneet Varma’s latest collection. Titled Nayantara, Varma will showcase about 55 looks on the runway. (Photo courtesy: Suneet Varma)

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The Ahmedabad-based designer duo, Shyamal and Bhumika will showcase contemporary silhouettes with exquisite detailing in natural, diaphanous fabrics. (Photo courtesy: Shyamal and Bhumika)

The Ahmedabad-based designer duo, Shyamal and Bhumika will showcase contemporary silhouettes with exquisite detailing in natural, diaphanous fabrics. (Photo courtesy: Shyamal and Bhumika)

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A tale of a Parisian queen on a visit to the resplendent Junagarh Palace in Rajasthan where a mela (local carnival) is organised in her honour inspires designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock’s collection. (Photo courtesy: Falguni and Shane Peacock)

A tale of a Parisian queen on a visit to the resplendent Junagarh Palace in Rajasthan where a mela (local carnival) is organised in her honour inspires designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock’s collection. (Photo courtesy: Falguni and Shane Peacock)

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Riots of colours meet Mughal miniature paintings in designer Rahul Mishra’s latest line. Corals, greens, whites, gold and blues make their presence felt in new avatars of zardozi lehengas. (Photo courtesy: Rahul Mishra)

Riots of colours meet Mughal miniature paintings in designer Rahul Mishra’s latest line. Corals, greens, whites, gold and blues make their presence felt in new avatars of zardozi lehengas. (Photo courtesy: Rahul Mishra)

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Designer Amit Aggarwal is making his debut at the couture week. His collection titled Crystalis — a derivation of words crystal and chrysalis — will see textiles created using modern industrial materials. (hoto courtesy: Amit Aggarwal)

Designer Amit Aggarwal is making his debut at the couture week. His collection titled Crystalis — a derivation of words crystal and chrysalis — will see textiles created using modern industrial materials. (hoto courtesy: Amit Aggarwal)

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Designer Tarun Tahiliani’s creation titled In Elysium celebrates different Indian goddesses. (Photo courtesy: Tarun Tahiliani)

Designer Tarun Tahiliani’s creation titled In Elysium celebrates different Indian goddesses. (Photo courtesy: Tarun Tahiliani)

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