This duo made it’s debut in the Couture week with a bang. Their audience witnessed some timeless silhouetted with an interesting mix of gowns, flares and jackets. Interesting elements were there in the garment to give the outfits a modern sensibility. This fairy-tale bridal line is an ode to the forgotten lifestyle lived in elegance and regality for the dreamer in the modern-day women.
The collection features European details, Victorian inspirations and Baroque decorations amalgamated with rich Indian heritage. The use of the colour gold was dominant in the collection as it is a colour of richness and Indian royalty.
The embroideries draw influences from the eclectic architectures and picturesque panorama of the lush highlands. Traditional zardosi and sari work have been extensively used using glass pipes, sari, beads and dab with an unconventional twist to illustrate the amalgamation of the varied styles that have moulded their inspiration. There collection had a tastefully done sensual vibe to it with deep-necks and high-slits.
Athiya Shetty looked stunning in a black flare with an intricately designed overall as a showstopper for the show.Her makeup augmented the retro vibe as the classic winged-liner sported with nude lips.