Amazon India Couture Week brought stunning fashion trend of India which rocked the fashion lovers while Bollywood celebrities were really mind-blowing as they walked the ramp.
Traditionally, fashion designers in India is synonymous with wedding attire. Over the years, with changes in the ceremonies need to dress to the nines, too, have changed. Vintage color, capelets and embroidered jackets with full-length, emerged as a new trend at this season’s Amazon India Couture Week.
Both Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi Mukherjee created special collections for cocktail wear. Silhouettes of body hugging dresses with long skirts columns. Pure white, as seen in Varun Bahl and Rahul Mishra and handmade textiles, slowly but surely entering the game as well at the ramp of Amazon India Couture Week.
From cocktail dresses to wear ethnic hybrid that can move in a luxurious wedding looks for weddings, we bring you the best views from Amazon India Couture Week .
Final Act of the fashion event was organized by none other than the designer Manish Malhotra at the Leela in Chanakyapuri. Although the show started late, the first line has, it appears, is to wait with Shabana Azmi stars veterans and Jaya Bachchan sitting next to each other.
Others celebrities — who rocked the Amazon India Couture Week 2016 ramp — were included Aditi Rao Hydari, Crete Sanon, Sophie Choudry, Riddhima Kapoor Sahani, designer Tarun Tahiliani, Pakistan actor Imran Abbas and musician Ayaan Ali Bangash.
The sprawling showcase brilliant candle Varun Bal, in the mirror, blinded, roses down from the ceiling and lined the runway and the green side of their way to the walls. Set in a garden bungalows sprawling Lutyens “, it was the largest ever show Ball.
Actress Richa Chadda walked the ramp in a beautiful and majestic, red and gold lehenga. With its value on makeup and manners, he did not seem NO less than the royalties . This is the perfect wedding look at the traditional royal wedding.
Bollywood Aishwarya Rai miracle baby walks like a great designer, looking beautiful in a deep burgundy lehenga with floral embroidery, sequins and related blouse shoulders.
Ash later said: “I met Manish 22 years ago when he first started, so it’s very special. He’s trying to get me to go for it every year, so I had to be here for a special show.”