Purple Does it Verbal
These lehenga have the most galvanising touches added to them by none other than, Manish Malhotra. Behind the scenes, the designer finished these pieces with gorgeous rouge red, bronze and silver layered accessories to make the looks stand out.
Vibrant Parts Steal the Hearts
Anju Modi’s collection had miniature hints of Persia. The romantic red lips and fresh flowers in the hair of all the models gave the influence of Rumi all around. This intricately detailed collection can be styled with separates for any bride to be or guest of an Indian wedding.
The Devil is in the Detail
Vibrant green and red hue colours gives this Yami Gautam lehenga a charming effect. With embroidered details scattered across the bottom and a satin shawl layered on top, these lehenga would make any bride blush.
Let Your Lehenga Stand Out
Krishna Mehta was the mastermind behind these fresh, unique silhouettes. These playful and inspiring looks comprise of high-waisted lehengas paired with crop tops and twisted blouses and sometimes layered with jackets. An asymmetric kurta tunic was paired with pyjamas.
Rimple and Harpreet Narula recreated this vintage photobooth from the time of the mahajaras with heavy embellishments that dominated the runway. The lehengas blossomed beautifully with gold accessories to match the glistening outfits.
They Say Floral, But We Say For All
Varun Bahl lit up the room with his signature forest lighting and rose petal ramp. He brought out this special collection for a royal bride. From floral blooms to grass green, from romantic red to pretty purple, it’s a collection for a special autumnal bride.
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VIVA-LUXE Guest Writer: Mohammed Alvir Bhuiya