Pioneering in bridal wear, Payal Singhal is a famed name when it comes to fusion pieces that appeal to modern maidens. Aptly monikered, her winter/festive collection ‘Mu’asir’ draws inspiration from folk art tapestry of the Renaissance era- injecting a vivacious twist to bridal wear. With Persian influences- artforms such as Turkish Kilim, Persian Tabriz, Medieval Mille-Fleur and the Swedish Flamskväv her collection resulted in a rich traditional assemblage.
With pastel tones interspersed with bouts of bright hues, embroidered floral bouquets intermingled with geometric shapes and medallion motifs- her pieces ranged from layered jackets, re-imagined shararas to concept saris, dhotis and dresses. Mastering the balance between the East and the West-her designs incorporated a luxe interplay of silks, organzas and georgettes in tones and textures that any wedding trousseau could ever have.
Closing the show was a radiantly pregnant Neha Dhupia strutting the ramp, her hubby in tow-twinning of course in intricately embroidered ensembles. Very much in love- Angad in a buttonless sherwani and Neha in lehenga and kurti oozed oomph. Inspired by medieval and late medieval ages, the beauty and hair for the show were brilliantly curated by the Lakmé Salon. Showcasing a myriad of bridal offerings in her latest collection, she keeps not just the bride but the bridesmaids in mind too!
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