Style takes wings at India’s first Print Fashion Week

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Red contrasted with royal blue creates a stunning impact in this lehenga-choli ensemble by Sabyasachi. You can also look like a royal bride with these scarlet-hued embroidered lehengas.

Red contrasted with royal blue creates a stunning impact in this lehenga-choli ensemble by Sabyasachi. You can also look like a royal bride with these scarlet-hued embroidered lehengas.

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This printed anarkali by Anamika Khanna teamed with sportswear inspired pants and a sculpting waistcoat is a swanky presentation of athleisure with a freewheeling Indian gypsy twist.

This printed anarkali by Anamika Khanna teamed with sportswear inspired pants and a sculpting waistcoat is a swanky presentation of athleisure with a freewheeling Indian gypsy twist.

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You can take this easy-breezy printed outfit with an asymmetrical hemline smoothly from day to night with just an intelligent change of makeup and hair.

You can take this easy-breezy printed outfit with an asymmetrical hemline smoothly from day to night with just an intelligent change of makeup and hair.

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We love the sheer tease on the blouse that stands out beautifully against the dreamy skirt and (right) If you thought Benarasi gold could be overwhelming, here’s a way to do gilded glam in a classy yet restrained fashion.

We love the sheer tease on the blouse that stands out beautifully against the dreamy skirt and (right) If you thought Benarasi gold could be overwhelming, here’s a way to do gilded glam in a classy yet restrained fashion.

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This lehenga-choli ensemble by JJ Valaya spells out modern charm without giving up on Benarasi handcrafted intricacy. We love how comfort mixes with bridal elegance in this ensemble, with the dupatta cinched beautifully with a batua belt.

This lehenga-choli ensemble by JJ Valaya spells out modern charm without giving up on Benarasi handcrafted intricacy. We love how comfort mixes with bridal elegance in this ensemble, with the dupatta cinched beautifully with a batua belt.

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If you thought maroons were too traditional, think again! Antique golds bring in a bold touch of whimsy in these Manish Malhotra outfits.

If you thought maroons were too traditional, think again! Antique golds bring in a bold touch of whimsy in these Manish Malhotra outfits.

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There’s nothing that spells royal magic like indulgent, velvety maroons. Traditional hair ornaments offset the look perfectly. Check out Rohit Bal’s Husn-e-Taa’iraat collection in this exclusive shoot for HT City. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK )

There’s nothing that spells royal magic like indulgent, velvety maroons. Traditional hair ornaments offset the look perfectly. Check out Rohit Bal’s Husn-e-Taa’iraat collection in this exclusive shoot for HT City. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK )

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This look brings together regalia and old-world whimsy. Rohit Bal’s Birds of Paradise or Husn-e-Taa’iraat, as the collection is called, takes flight in this ensemble. Bal will open India’s first ever Print Fashion Week on Wednesday. The five-day fashion extravaganza is brought to you by HT City.

This look brings together regalia and old-world whimsy. Rohit Bal’s Birds of Paradise or Husn-e-Taa’iraat, as the collection is called, takes flight in this ensemble. Bal will open India’s first ever Print Fashion Week on Wednesday. The five-day fashion extravaganza is brought to you by HT City.

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Mesmerising detailing is what makes this look stand out. The embroidery is all about the sights of a regalia-infused garden, complete with flowers and beautiful birds. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK)

Mesmerising detailing is what makes this look stand out. The embroidery is all about the sights of a regalia-infused garden, complete with flowers and beautiful birds. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK)

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The intricate zardosi work and a bold play with hues makes this floor-length beauty a sight for sore eyes. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK)

The intricate zardosi work and a bold play with hues makes this floor-length beauty a sight for sore eyes. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK)

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Classic monochromes with a dash of gold and a storyline made of animal motifs, and all the floral hues of Rohit Bal’s Gulbagh brings in romance and drama. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK)

Classic monochromes with a dash of gold and a storyline made of animal motifs, and all the floral hues of Rohit Bal’s Gulbagh brings in romance and drama. (Styling: Shara Ashraf; Shoot: Aditi Caroli; Photos: Manoj Verma/ht; Models: Carolina, Ikra (Sky Model & Event Management); Makeup: Naina Arora; Floral accessories: DESIGNS BY ABHISHEK)

UPDATED ON OCT 25, 2015 02:05 PM IST
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