We bring you the top Bridal looks from Lakmé Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015
If you missed out on the coverage of Lakmé Fashion Week, WeddingSutra has cherry picked the best of bridal looks from all the collections that were shown on the ramp.
Arpita Mehta – Golden Hour
Some pieces in this collection caught our eye for its use of darker colours such as gold, black, sindhoori and with a blend of intricate mirror work embroidery along with cut-danas.
Anushree Reddy – The Oasis at Sunset
Anushree Reddy’s signature style of vintage flora fused with age-old Hyderabadi zardozi makes for romantic flirty lehengas. What’s not to love?
Neeta Lulla – Wedding collection with Lakmé Salon
Although there was no theme tying the collection together, there were a few lehengas worth considering if shopping for trousseau.
Divya Reddy – Allure
Modern cuts, contemporary silhouettes, subdued pastel color palette, understated embroidery – there is a lot that would appeal to brides who don’t want the bling in this collection from Divya Reddy.
Ritu Kumar – Varanasi Weaves
Ritu Kumar fans will not be disappointed. The collection had the trademark Ritu Kumar feel with silks and adami, Kyari, Shikargah and floral butis via the timeless gold and silver weaving of Benaras.
Gaurang Shah – Samyukta
Silk sarees, lehengas, ghararas and farshis too – you can go old school traditional with Gaurang Shah’s Samyukta collection. Gaurang has beautifully incorporated Kanjeevaram, Khadi, Uppada, Paithani, Benarasi, Patan Patola, Kota Dhakai and added traditional embroidery like zardozi, gotta, doria, Marodi, aari and chikankari to create a riot of colors.
Krishna Mehta – The Gold and The Ganges
While we may not understand the story line of this collection, there are a few interesting timeless lehengas here that we would recommend purely because Krishna Mehta has a great sense of color and cuts.