Bridal Trend Reinvented At Indian Bridal Fashion Week 2014
India Bridal Fashion Week is considered a very prestigious event and this time the event took place at DLF Emporio, Vasant Kunj from 7th August to 10th August. This grand affair included variety of bridal couture by the top most fashion designers of India. IBFW 2014 is considered as a place where every designer wants to make a place for themselves through their influential and creative designs.
7th August 2014: First Day Highlights
First day the show was completely ruled by designer Tarun Tahiliani collection. For the very first time his collection included a black bridal lehenga choli with red duppatta, the collection was inspired with the Mughal Era. Not only the color black but white and bronze also played an important role in his Mughal themed wedding collection which included designs like koti style anarkalis and lehengas. His designs for grooms included a lots of cream and white bandhgala sherwani in an indowestern style.
8th August: Second Day Highlights
Known for being a modern day designer, Ashima Leena presented traditional yet contemporary designs including lots of bridal sarees in colors like white, gold and red. Gold was the highlight of all their collections, their collection included sarees, shararas and bridal lehenga choli.
After Ashima and Leena it was the turn of designer Raghavendra Rathore to present his designs which bought out a mix of traditions and spirituality with tattoo replacing the jewellery trend for men. Actresses Aditi Rao Hydari and actor Ali Fazal were his show stopper who walked down the ramp in white saree with golden zardosi work and a bandgala sherwani respectively.
This was the second time when the IBWF took place in the capital of India, Delhi and for the sixth time it took place in India in association with the Azva at DLF Emporio. Giving a new meaning to the Indian bridal fashion, the event showcased a drastic change in the bridal attires like black lehenga choli for brides, choli with jackets especially designed for winters and usage of bold colors like black, gold, bronze rather that the regular Indian colors red, purple, pink or maroon.