From the house of Rathore

Roora by Ritam

Roora by Ritam

The first appearance of a Bandhgala worn by a woman dates back to 20 years ago. They are no longer restricted to the male wardrobe only. Women are now sporting them flawlessly with pencil pants, harem trousers, saris and even lehengas. It is suitable for occasions such as weddings, cocktails and more. And since this season demands a potpourri of traditional and contemporary blend of fashion, here’s an inspiring collection of Bandhgalas brought to you by label Roora by Ritam.

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A Fairytale Wedding

Nishka Lulla and Dhruv Mehra's wedding

Nishka Lulla and Dhruv Mehra’s wedding

Fashion designer Nishka Lulla, daughter of veteran designer Neeta Lulla got married recently with her sweetheart, Dhruv Mehra at ISKCON temple, Juhu, Mumbai.
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Shantanu and Nikhil for Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

Showstopper Jesse Randhawa with Shantanu and Nikhil

Showstopper Jesse Randhawa with Shantanu and Nikhil

The show was a grand amalgamation of fashion and art when Himalayan presented the ‘Himalayan Couture Collection’ by Shantanu and Nikhil and artwork by artist Brinda Miller at the fashion week. Super model and dancer, Jesse Randhawa floated in a white will-power textured gown with tantalizing 3D embellishments to end the superb show.

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Shehla Khan for Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

Shehla Khan with Showstopper Shruti Hassan

Shehla Khan with Showstopper Shruti Hassan

There was romance, glamour and ethereal creations on the ramp when Shehla Khan presented her ‘Nouveau Victorian’ fashion symphony under her label ‘Shehlaa’ at the fashion week. Bollywood actor, Shruti Hasan walked with great style down the ramp, modeling an angelic pink lehenga with a micro choli.

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Payal Singhal for Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

Payal Singhal and Showstopper Vani Kapoor

Payal Singhal and Showstopper Vani Kapoor

Payal Singhal has always researched in depth for her collections and this season, she was inspired by India’s first fashion export to the world, the ‘Chintz’ print, which came from the Coromandal Coast.

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