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The India Bridal Fashion Week that showcased the Collections of 12 designers came to a close this Sunday. Most shows faired high on the “bling” factor and the sets left me feeling aghast with no ...

The India Bridal Fashion Week that showcased the Collections of 12 designers came to a close this Sunday. Most shows faired high on the “bling” factor and the sets left me feeling aghast with no room for subtlety. However, before the brides out there panic Rohit Bal and Tarun Tahiliani appear as the messiahs who have not only perfected the art of sophistication but have also developed a masterful understanding of the demands of the contemporary bride – accommodating elaborate traditional designs and motifs despite keeping it simple and practical.

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  • 1. India Bridal Fashion Week 2013 The India Bridal Fashion Week that showcased the Collections of 12 designers came to a close this Sunday. Most shows faired high on the “bling” factor and the sets left me feeling aghast with no room for subtlety. However, before the brides out there panic Rohit Bal and Tarun Tahiliani appear as the messiahs who have not only perfected the art of sophistication but have also developed a masterful understanding of the demands of the contemporary bride – accommodating elaborate traditional designs and motifs despite keeping it simple and practical. Rohit mesmerised his audience with the ambience of his show, almost pulling them into the vision that inspired his creations. Be it the music or the gorgeous sets adorned by pink and white lotuses, Rohit had charmed his way into his audience’s heart before the first model even strutted the ramp.
  • 2. The ambience was just the trailer to the real show. His collections titled Mul Mul Masquerade was a Kashmiri-Elizabethan fusion. Velvet and gold kasab embroidery, the blouse cuts, the ribbon tied muslin sleeves, and the regal high necks were effortlessly paired with Saris, Lehengas or as Anarkalis. A special mention for the breath-taking creations in black and white, which displayed an unprecedented aesthetic sense in the use of velvet and muslin. Rohit’s prowess in creating men’s fashion wear was once again proven at the show with fantastic work in synchronizing outfits. The heavily embroidered upper garment set off to perfection by the monochromatic lower garment were effortlessly beautiful. Sonam Kapoor was the final treat with her natural vivacity enhanced by the Lehenga that adorned her. It stirred clear of any “bling” using the gold and white combination to its utmost advantage.
  • 3. As for Tarun, his collection was all about bearing the weight of traditions “lightly”. While extensive embroidery, intricate designs and beautiful thread work reminded one of bridal attires from generations of the yester years, the flowing drapes and layered material added an element of vivacity and made the attire voluminous yet light. First of his three-tier, the Golden Collection attempted to use the Greek drape while having a distinct Indian sensibility. “The Man of the Hour” was contemporary wear for grooms-to-be. The third tier, “Enchanted Forests” was all about layers and flowing material in shades of pink, ivory, beige and red. Also a special mention for the silver Lehenga that model-turned- actress Lisa Hayden dazzled in. Flowing drapes or Kashimiri handy work, Elizabethan regalia or layered clothing Rohit and Tarun are all set to take over the bridal wardrobes this season.