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Bawree Bridal Designs
The new designs at Bawree stores are an elegant mix of traditional and modern silhouettes. From simple vintage ethnicity to contemporary chic, there are plenty of unique designs- lavish lehengas, stylish sarees, bridal gowns, churidar kurtas, Indo-Westerns and anarkalis in fabrics like georgette, satin, silk, crepe, chiffons and net with brocade & velvet borders. Peach...
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Trousseau Trove at Kalki
A destination for bridal wear 'Kalki' at Worli and Santacruz (W) in Mumbai caters to all the needs of a bride’s trousseau. From stunning lehenga cholis, rich designer sarees, elegant churidar kurtas to wedding accessories and an incredible range of fabrics, they offer a classic and timeless collection. Shishir Gupta of Kalki spoke to WeddingSutra...
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Delhi’s most sought-after bridal & couture label, now in Mumbai
His clients include India’s super-rich, usually brides from Mumbai,  Delhi, Raipur, Indore and Nagpur looking for a very exclusive,  bling-rich lehenga. If you’re not keeping a close watch on bridal  fashion designers, chances are, you wouldn’t have heard of designer  Ankur Batra and his label Ecru; the Delhi-based designer has never  participated in a Fashion...
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Bhairavi Jaikishan to present ‘The Enchanted Garden’ at India Bridal Week
As a little girl Bhairavi Jaikishan would spend a lot of time at her mother’s fashion studio, and fashion designing was the most natural career choice for the daughter of celebrated designer Pallavi Jaikishan. So after completing her textile designing at Sophia College, Bhairavi went on to study fashion designing in the United States and...
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Bling on a Budget
While designer lehengas are all-popular, let’s accept another fact—many brides don’t want to spend a bomb on embroidered lehengas and sarees. For brides on a budget, here are 5 gorgeous outfits for the pre-wedding functions. UBURU Maroon net lehenga with shimmer inner, rich work choli and matching net dupatta. Embellishments include antique sequins, glossy stones,...
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Manish Malhotra shows garments of ultimate beauty and style
The Lakme Grand Finale by Manish Malhotra was a collection of international standard inspired by the looks of Lakme ABSOLUTE cosmetic range, which combined hi-tech and hi-fashion in the most sensational manner that dazzled the audience. The most magnificent Indian and Western creations comprising swirling panelled lehengas, amazingly constructed cholis, superb saris and serene avant...
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Anita Dongre presents gorgeous Rajasthan inspired bridal collection at Lakme Fashion Week
Remaining true to her roots, Anita Dongre once again dazzled the audience with her magical bridal collection inspired by the beauty and grandeur of Rajasthan at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2011. From sensuous saris, swirling lehengas, dramatic jackets, to stylish salwar kameez duos, Anita moved into the western region with some stunning gowns but stayed...
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Payal Singhal’s Bridal Fantasy Collection dazzles at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/ Festive 2011
Payal Singhal’s 'Bridal Fantasy' collection at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2011 was a sensuous offering to brides. Sensational, fluid and seductively flowing sheer anarkalis and diaphanous lehengas glided down the ramp evoking visions of Umrao Jaan and Lady Gaga – two complete contrasting fashion icons. Shimmering New Age metallic fabrics were teamed with soft pretty...
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Suneet Verma at Delhi Couture Week 2011
Suneet Varma’s collection at the Delhi Couture Week was inspired by ‘Kamasutra’. The ultra feminine, sensual, sheer and dramatic designs tied in with Verma's theme and his collection "adorns the body and bejewels the soul."  The collection consisted of heavily embellished lehengas, anarkalis, saris and suits in hues of pink, blue, yellow, red and orange....
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Varun Bahl’s Indo-French Bride at Delhi Couture Week 2011
Varun Bahl opened the second edition of Delhi Couture Week with his Indo-French collection. Bollywood diva Madhuri Dixit, dressed in swarovski studded white anarkali with beautiful jewellery was spotted in the front row, though she did not walk the ramp. The collection was inspired by French queen Marie Antoinette. It featured lehengas, anarkalis and sarees with tailored jackets...
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Tarun Tahiliani’s Bridal Extravaganza
Tarun Tahiliani's Bridal Couture exposition started as a Delhi-only affair but in its third season this year it will travel to other cities as well. The theme chosen for this year is ‘Artisanal- Bringing the Artisan to the Fore’- an entirely novel blend of Indian finery with a layered western construct. Talking about the Exposition,...
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Ritu Kumar’s ode to Taj’s Falaknuma Palace
Ritu Kumar in association with Taj Group of Hotels Resorts and Palaces and American Express presented "The Falaknuma Collection" inspired by the interiors of the famed palace of Hyderabad. Highlighting the heritage of craftsmanship that the city of royal Hyderabad is renowned for, the collection consisted of exquisitely embroidered lehengas, saris, coats, kurtas, shararas and...
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