CRAFTS­MAN­SHIP AT ITS BEST

On Thurs­day, hand­crafted em­broi­dery and mo­tifs in­spired by na­ture and art lit up the Delhi ramp

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Prow­ess of In­dian crafts puts our cou­ture on the global fash­ion map. The fourth day of In­dia Cou­ture Week 2017, or­gan­ised by Fash­ion De­sign Coun­cil of In­dia with as­so­ciate part­ner Hin­dus­tan Times, was a tes­ta­ment to this skill and crafts­man­ship, unique to our coun­try. The even­ing started with Rahul Mishra’s show, Parizaad, a col­lec­tion of wear­able wed­ding­wear in­spired by ar­chi­tec­ture, with Ja­panese in­flu­ences. Ivories and pas­tels gave way to haf­trangi (seven colours of the rain­bow) cre­ations. The day ended with Anju

Modi’s col­lec­tion, Sunehri Kothi, in­flu­enced by minia­ture paint­ings of Kis­hangarh, with a mix of wa­ter­colour shades off-set with oxblood vel­vets.

Mishra’s sig­na­ture scal­loped hems are a great way to in­fuse drama into your bridal out­fit. Each piece can be used as a sep­a­rate

A dainty sal­war kameez can light up your wed­ding day. We love the in­tri­cate flo­ral de­tails in pas­tels on calm­ing whites

This one’s a dream pick for a day wed­ding. The ke­sari yel­low with a peach touch brings the needed drama if you want to go the clas­sic way

Modi’s sig­na­ture blue­ma­roon pair­ing looked royal. The look is per­fect for a co­or­di­nated bride and groom

PHO­TOS: AMAL KS /HT

RAHUL MISHRA, wife Divya and daugh­ter Aarna

ANJU MODI PHO­TOS: RAAJESSH KASHYAP/HT

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