Her collection was as beautiful as it could, with wide range of colour palette ranging from Pastel Whites, to tangy reds, to ocean blues amongst other. Her collection at India Couture Week showcased some of the dream worthy couture pieces for the brides-to-be.
Her collection ranged from lehengas to knee length dresses to sarees to couture dresses. The embellishment on the flares with the gotapatti work made the garments look more traditional and feminine. Her collection was inspired by “Tree of love”, it’s a love letter to the Bishnoi tribe from That, Rajasthan that charted history by forming a human fort around a grove of Kheri trees to prevent them from being uprooted by the then Maharaja, Abhay Singh of Jodhpur. Inspired by their sacrifice, the designer has pledged to plant from the collection is sold.
Therefore, Kheri plays a starring role in her presentation as the key motif on the lehengas. The designer’s bride comes in monochrome lehengas and gowns; cremé gold. The flairs were augmented by using fabrics like tulle and organza underneath to provide fuller, luxurious silhouettes.