Wedding encompasses a bunch of emotions which you dream for yourself. Your choice and expectations modify during the journey nonetheless you and your family plan for the D-Day and want it to be special in every possible way.
A moment which will be etched throughout your life is incomplete without the perfect outfits to glamorise it.
Here is my pick of few designers which you can look out for –
The model turned Costume designer; Manish Malhotra is a name sworn by top celebrities across the world. According to him, “What works for our Indian crafts is the mix of craftsmanship, culture and a touch of modernity.”^
Abu Jani And Sandeep Khosla
Sandeep Khosla is known for his ability to infuse Indian craftsmanship and heritage with European tailored shades. They are trendsetters rather than trend followers!
Anita Dongre is a name to be reckoned with in the Fashion Industry. She always had the pull towards fashion from her early years. Today she has noted brands under her label House of Anita Dongre.
A popular fashion designer, Tarun Tahiliani is well known for his couture bridal gowns. His ethereal designs are a real treat to eyes.
Known for her flamboyant style, Masaba Gupta specialises in ethnic wear for women using cotton, chiffon, and silk with rich embroidery work. Her collections are unique and so are their names.
An eminent designer, Suneet Verma he has collaborated with noted brands like BMW, Judith Leiber, Azva by World Gold Council, Moet Chandon, Arttdinox by Jindal Steel, Faces by the Sartorialist and Swarovski.
Shantanu and Nikhil
Shantanu and Nikhil showcase ensembles that reflect the essence of Indian tradition and blend it fleeting modernity.
Payal Pratap is a fashion designer and her designs depict timeless style and serenity demonstrating a glocal bohemian flavour.
One of the finest and pioneers to introduce boutique culture in India, Ritu Kumar is known for her unique style which depicts Indian culture and tradition in a contemporary manner.
Regarded by many as “the John Galliano of India”, Manish Arora is known for his psychedelic colour palette and kitsch motifs in garments that are a combination of traditional Indian crafts with Western silhouettes.
Falguni and Shane Peacock
Designers Falguni and Shane Peacock are not unfamiliar names in the international designer circuit, they are known for their edgy, larger-than-life sense of style.
Amrapali, a leading jewellery house founded in the year 1978 by Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera in Jaipur. They are known for their tribal, fine and uncut gemstone jewellery.
Sva by Sonam and Paras Modi
SVA meaning ‘soul’ in Sanskrit is the labour of love by Sonam & Paras Modi. They are creating a niche with their different style in traditional fashion and bridal looks.
Starting in a small studio in 2013 in New Delhi, today Priyanka Singh’s collection is worn by leading Bollywood celebrities.
A passion for jewellery led Kaabia and Sasha Grewal to launch Outhouse in 2012. Their work depicts a blend of unique elements with inventive designs.
An Indian actress, anchor, sports presenter turned fashion designer, Mandira Bedi took her love for sarees to a new label by launching ‘Sarees by Mandira Bedi,’ which characterise quintessential Indian Women.