Day 3 At #AICW2015 With Varun Bahl, Monisha Jaising And Anju Modi Was All Sorts Of Bridal Brilliance!

Marv D'Souza , 01 Aug 2015
Anju Modi at Amazon India Couture Week 2015
Anju Modi at Amazon India Couture Week 2015

Last night was dedicated to beautiful inspirations from the middle east with Anju Modi‘s Kashish  and Varun Bahl, while Monisha Jaising sent us on a fabulous cruise where a sexy tattooed bride partied with her girls and a few hot sailors. So now you may have a sense that Day 3 of Amazon India Couture Week 2015 brought in a night to remember with beautiful clothes, lavish settings and a party! Here’s what the designers presented:

Anju Modi’s Kashish

Before her show, Anju Modi told us a bit about her collection. The Persian theme came to her while working on costumes for Bajirao Mastani. True to her words, the garments had a strong Muslim influence but served for the contemporary bride. Unlike the other shows at AICW2015, this one was a more intimate affair which we thought added to the romance of the collection that talks about “an attraction, a deep desire and yearning for something; something which maybe never was.

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Monisha Jaising’s The Sailing Bride

With the collection named “The Sailing Bride”, we were expecting sailor hats, hot lifeguards and a pool deck (which there was, of course). But what really caught us off guard was the fact that the stage resembled an actual boat. The show commenced with the sound of seagulls and waves, as Stole The Show by Kygo played in the background. And at that exact moment Pernia Qureshi took the stage in a stunning off-shouldered, cut-out blue dress. What followed after that was black lattice blouses, embroidered boarders and breathtaking pieces… Scroll through the gallery to know more.

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Monisha Jaising at Amazon India Couture Week 2015


Varun Bahl’s Song Of The Flower

Song Of The Flower by Varun Bahl was everything one would expect from a couture showcase. True to the theme, the sets elaborately displayed a center stage for dreams. Taking from floral motifs and influences from Egyptian, Mughal and European royalties, the show was a spectacle for the eyes, especially if you’re planning a big fat Indian wedding.

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Stay tuned for all the amazing backstage and front row updates from #AICW2015 with The Fashion Design Council of India!

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