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BRIDAL ASIA 2016- 5 DESIGNERS TO WATCH OUT FOR

Author: Deepika
August 11, 2016

Bridal Asia is back with a bang for its 18th edition after its roaring success in Mumbai last year. With an array of latest designer lehengas, gorgeous bridal wear and exclusive jewellery, brides and grooms from everywhere around flock in to pick from the best for their perfect wedding trousseau.

brida asia - dvibgyor

Image source - High heel confidential

(Divya Gurwara, CEO and organizer of this bridal extravaganza was seen wearing a Falguni and Shane Peacock.)

Last year the emphasis was on the summer bride with fuss free lehengas & bridal wear from the likes of designers such as Tarun Tahiliani, Falguni and Shane Peacock, Alpana & Neeraj, Swati Ubroi etc. There was also a wide array of designer jewellery focusing on temple jewellery, intricate diamond and polki  stones. With so many styles to choose from, every bride without fail is going to feel pampered. Wonder what’s in store this year?

We, have narrowed down 5 young designers your need to keep an eye on -

 

  1. Pooja Rajpal Jaggi 

    Pooja is a well known brand in the wedding circle and her designs stand out for its vibrant colours and attention to fine aesthetic details. A perfect mix of modern and contemporary, her collection contains unique adornments and eclectic colours that scream perfection and has something for everyone.

Pooja R Jaggi - Dvibgyor

Image Source - bridal asia

2. Vvani by Vani Vats 

Perfect for those who believe in wearing something that speak volumes about their heritage, Vani’s designer collection boasts of handcrafted pieces with embroidery work to give it that unconventional edge. Perfect depiction of royalty.

VVani - dvibgyor

Image courtesy - Vvani Facebook 

 

3. Shasha Gaba 

Shasha’s collections are for those brides who like to let their hair down  and keep things simple and elegant. Her collection doesn’t weigh you down with heavy embellishments and reflect more on the art of weaving and embroidery. Perfect for the modern day bride!

Shasha Gaba - dvibgyor

Image courtesy - Shasha  Gaba FB page

 

4. Ridima Basin -

For the rebels who are experimental and want something bold and off the hook, Ridhima’s collection carries a wide variety of atypical cuts, rich detailing and breaks the norms of the mundane colour palette. Definitely someone to watch our for.

Ridima Bhasin - DVibgyor

Image courtesy - Ridima Bhasin FB Page

5. Cherie D

For those who dream and see their wedding on the clouds. Designer Sherina Dalamal captures that essence beautifully and showcases them in her collection. Her deep understanding of cuts and her wide experience from working with the likes of Alexander Mcqueen and Nicole Farhi bring a whiff of sophistication to her clothes. Perfect for your fairy tale wedding.

Cherie D - Dvibgyor

Image courtesy - Cherie D FB page

 

 

 

 

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