Anamika Khanna presents her couture collection on Day 4 of Print Fashion Week Season three: See Pics – Hindustan Times
From pastel-hued embroidered lehengas to draped maxis with elegant prints, our stalwart, designer Anamika Khanna’s couture collection, Fortunately Ever After, ushers in an enormous dose of freshness.
“With this collection, I attempted to place collectively one thing for everybody. There may be the bride and her household and the groom’s household too — so it’s an amalgamation of gentle and heavy ensembles to cater to everybody. For me, this was a journey of feelings. We went into small nuances, like choosing classics resembling Benarasis that one desires to protect to fashionable-day silhouettes,” says Khanna.
From lighter attires in calming hues to embellished ones in threadwork to zardozi-heavy couture — choose your favorite.
The tri-colored pastel lehenga with dori and burnished gold and silverwork teamed with organza dupatta is ideal for all of the bridesmaids on the market. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Picture)
Break the norm and put on black. This embroidered ensemble is ideal for a mehendi solar-downer. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Picture)
This pop-colored experimental-drape gown with a jacket embellished with beating silver steel, tassels and beadwork is the perfect choose for a cocktail celebration. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Picture)
Draped saris are good for a enjoyable sangeet perform. This one with intricate threadwork provides a unusual twist to the six-yards. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Picture)
This traditional pink lehenga with a standard choli and organza dupatta embellished with intricate zardozi work is a bridal fave. (Jasjeet Plaha/HT Picture)
Styling: Akshay Kaushal
Fashions: Rose Alisha, Shambhavi Bhriguvanshi, Jyoti Bohra, Kashish Khan and Nivedita
Jewelry: St Erasmus
Mannequin coordination: Vishakh Mannequin Providers, Purple Thought India
Make-up: Kanchan Mehra