From in­tri­cate mir­ror­work to black for wed­dings— here’re the top trends from Day 5 of In­dia Cou­ture Week 2016

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - LIFESTYLE - Ak­shay Kaushal

The last day of the fash­ion week saw an os­ten­ta­tious dis­play of bridal­wear with cou­turi­ers Manav Gang­wani and Ro­hit Bal pre­sent­ing Mughal and Czar in­spired col­lec­tion, re­spec­tively. Gang­wani out­did him­self with his Begum-eJan­nat bridal cre­ation fea­tur­ing ma­jes­tic lehen­gas with in­tri­cate em­broi­dery and mir­ror­work. Bal tran­scended us to the Czar regime of Russia with his Kehkashaan col­lec­tion. Mod­els strut­ted in elab­o­rate robes with zardozi and Kash­miri kani work. While tra­di­tional maroons con­tin­ued to be a bridal fav, wed­ding en­sem­bles in black made a dar­ing state­ment.

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