You can tell the favourites at any fashion week by the size of the crowd outside the doors before any given show.
Couturier Varun Bahl is known for his global and discerning approach towards traditional Indian wear since the inception of his label in 2001.
Remaining true to her roots, designer Reynu Taandon in association with SUNAR Jewels presented ‘KAMANGARI’, inspired by the beauty and grandeur of Rajasthan.
True to its name –’Hiraeth’ by Rimple & Harpreet Narula, puts the audience in a nostalgic trance at India Couture Week 2016, Day 3.
“To see her is to fall in love, and to drink a cup of wine from the flask of her lustrous eyes is to be transported to the cosiest corner of Heaven.
Opulent, majestic and simply breathtaking, the colours of a vibrant Indian wedding exuberated with the backdrop of a vintage European setting of the Belvedere Palace in Vienna, Austria.