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Designer Gaurav Gupta presented his ‘Wink of Nyx’ creation at the ongoing India Couture Week. There was an array of  colourful sarees, calypso lehengas and silhouettes designed from tulle, lace, and brocade which made their debut on the ramp.

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Photos Credit: Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI)

India Couture Week 2014 showcased veteran designer Anju Modi’s collection “Manikarnika,” an exploration of age-old craft and techniques.

“The embroideries are derived from the architecture, with the paintings of the Ajanta-Ellora caves as perfect muses to the artwork and details,” explains designer Anju Modi.

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Photo Credits: Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), klickfashion.com

 

Inspired by the gota work of Rajasthan, Rina Dhaka takes it forward, enriching it with her inimitable style and soft sensual appeal. See all of the runway collections from India Couture Week 2014.

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Photo Credits: Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI),  klickfashion.com

Varun Bahl presented a modern version of Indian-wear staples that celebrate India’s wealth of traditional crafts. ”The silhouettes for this line-up include the Anarkali, an eternal favourite, the sari, and the lehenga. The anarkali is a key component. The sari also gets a contemporary update in the form of the sari-pant, a mix two classics that becomes something truly modern inspired by India. A selection of traditional lehengas and classic saris completes the lineup,” Bahl told IANS.

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Photo Credits: Vogue.in,  Harper’s Bazaar India

India Couture Week kicked off with Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s vintage bridal collection, Ferozabad. Models walked the ramp, which was designed like a vintage train, in nostalgic, regal collections, which take us back to the royal and colonial days of beauty and romance. We saw a variety of khadi and tulle saris, crystal-embellished poplin pastel kurtas and ghararas, and classic bandhgala and Nehru jackets, which had hand-block prints and embroidered sleeves. Then there were the draped crêpe de Chine kurta-churidars, hand-embroidered Florabotanica and fish scale-embroidered tulle underskirts, accessorized by organza pocket squares to hand-embroidered clutches.

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Photo Credits: Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), ibn.live, waah.tvfdci, ibn.live, waah.tv

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