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Manish Malhotra collection at the grand finale of Delhi Couture Week pays homage to the 1930s, an era celebrating opulence

Manish Malhotra presented yet another collection that will have brides sighing for more. Silhouettes and embroidery echo the splendour of Indian – European architecture. The palette of this 1930s-inspired couture collection is coloured with saturated, jewel like shades and tints of red, royal blue, mustard, olive, beige and ochre, which adds to the vintage appeal…

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Manav Gangwani’s Swarovski Bling

Manav Gangwani’s line at Delhi Couture Week showcased a variety ranging from western to Indian wear. On display were elegant sarees, anarkali suits, stunning blouses, skirts, lehengas, fitted bodices with layers of fabric giving them a feminine element. The eye-popping collection in hues of red, gold, grey, turquoise blue, royal blue, fuchsia with swarovski elements and…

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Valaya’s Alika – a bride’s dreams come true

Inspired by a fictional character ‘Alika’, Valaya’s line at Delhi Couture Week had elegant saris, lehengas paired with sexy cholis and long jackets, short kurtas with skin-fit chudidars and achakans and angrakhas for men. Valaya also introduced ‘Alika’ jackets – a cross between a jacket and a shirt, kind of inspired by the traditional Garhwali garment…

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Anamika Khanna – Aisha and the bride

Anil Kapoor looking dapper in a black sherwani and white chudidar (not to miss the gem-studded brooch by Raj Mahtani pinned to his chest pocket) walked the ramp for Anamika Khanna at Delhi Couture Week. He was joined on stage by three three gorgeous ladies of ‘Aisha’-  Ira Dubey, Amrita Puri and Lisa Haydon. Not…

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Delhi Couture Week – Rohit Bal Drench’d

Rohit Bal’s collection at Delhi Couture Week titled ‘Khakasrtari’—Colours of Ash, is as symbolic as it gets; and what a comeback Bal made after grave illness with a collection that speaks of fashion thats timeless. Celebrating the 2 decades of his impeccable craftsmenship. we got a glimpse of Bal’s characteristic style – intricate zardozi work…

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Delhi Couture Week – Sabyasachi goes Khadi

Sabyasachi Mukherjee opened the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) organised Delhi Couture Week with his vintage collection called ‘Aparajito’. Talking to media, Mukherjee said “the whole collection had a very vintage, almost heroic period feel to it. It could be something that you straight get out of a museum,” said Mukherjee. The line incorporated…

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