Discovering Bohemian Silhouettes

‘URBANO’ by designer Esha Sethi Thirani

Bohemian styles have been an exotic alternative to the accepted fashion. It is one of the most spectacular and feminine style that exists in the world of fashion. Taking this hippie look to the next level, designer Esha Sethi Thirani introduces elements of Boho style in her new spring summer collection ‘URBANO’.

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Wedding Collection for real brides by Rajdeep Ranawat

Rajdeep Ranawat

Rajdeep Ranawat

Bridal Fall 2016 features a range of figure-flattering silhouettes inspired by real brides. Saris and lehengas with eye-catching detailing and romantic classics will make every bride feel like a princess this season.

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Jewellery defining Nizami Aesthetics

Frosted treasure by Mehtaphor

Frosted treasure by Mehtaphor

Simplistic statement at its best is what can be said for this collection – Frosted treasure by Mehtaphor. Each piece is handcrafted with brass, kundan stones, and pearls and is gold plated.

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Handcrafted with love

Vvani by Vani Vats

Vvani by Vani Vats

Vvani by Vani Vats is an Indian ethnic women’s wear label launched in January 2014. The young designer believes, clothing is an essential element in expressing one’s identity, hence she offers fashion that is classic, eternal and distinctive. The label is a depiction of royal Indian handcraft, which she intermingles with archaic Indian embroideries and techniques in unconventional designs.

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Colour of the Season – Beige!

Aftershock London

Aftershock London

Blend in with class this monsoon season with the newest collection by Aftershock London. Classy and elegant, this collection encompasses the colour of the season, beige and brings to you the best that you can flaunt. Exhubering with elegance, this beige fringe sleeveless dress with a slightly plunging neckline creates a style statement by itself. The dress can compliment any body type and is best paired with beige pumps or a studded clutch bag!

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