Indian Couture Week 2016 is enchanting and mesmerizing, and totally giving us trend goals. We brought you the magic of royals in ‘The Persian Story’ created by Manish Malhotra, in our last post, that was the day one of ICW 2016. Today, let’s see what captured our hearts on day two.
On day two, the first was veteran designer Tarun Tahiliani, whose creativity bowled us over, as it was unleashed in its beautiful form. Watch the mesmerising phenomena pass before your eyes, as he takes you back to age of courtesans and royalty, where dance was an art, and music was healing to the soul. The show, which started and ended with the performance of sufi ‘kathak’ dancer Manjari Chaturvedi. What a resplendent way, to pay an ode to the bygone era of courtesans, ‘The Dance of the Courtesan’.
Captivating and regal, this collection sure gave us a goosebumpy trip into the past, a true ode to old is gold. Beauty can be found and recreated in its full awesomeness from the yesteryear’s too.
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After this beautiful ode to courtesans, we were in for yet another treat, the celebrate designer Anita Dongre, which was a celebration of love in every meaning and aspect, with the bohemian brides just taking our hearts away, and every swish and twirl of the ensemble just giving us new wedding attire goals. And when the very gorgeous Bhumi Pednekar walked in has the show stopper, she certainly managed to stop our heart beats. Anita Dongre’s collection proved that love is endless and timeless, and is vintage, in its own unique and entrancing way.
Take a look at the spellbinding collection.
These two veterans of class designing sure left a mark with their effortlessly gorgeous works, with their debut at the Indian Couture Week 2016, day two. Stay tuned as we bring you more of the couture week, day by day.