This year at India Couture Week 2016, master couturier Manav Gangwani debuted his new label, ‘Manav Gangwani India’. To launch his new label, he unveiled his new collection ‘Begum-e-Jannat’ at the show. The inspiration for this collection originated in the intricacy of the Mughal era and the Royal age.
House Of Tuhina
The Bagru Banjara Collection is inspired by the Banjaras of Rajasthan, a tribe of men and women that roam the desserts in colourful clothes and heavy, traditional jewellery.
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.
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.
Silver Gold Plated Crystal Mosaic Zardozi Pearl Choker by Amrapali
Zardozi is a Persian word that means sewing with gold string. Zardozi attained its summit in the 17th century, under the patronage of Mughal Emperors. The art of zardozi was revived along with many traditional methods of embroidery in the middle of this century, after its decline with the Mughal patronage.