Bridal Couture by Tarun Tahiliani for the Wedding Times Fashion Fiesta
Bridal Dressmaking by Tarun Tahiliani for the trendiest Fashion Fiesta
Tarun Tahiliani’s bridal collection is one of the most renowned and accessible collections of all the latest designers. Recently, the pioneer of bridal fashion showcased his latest bridal collection at the Wedding Times Fashion Fiesta presented by The Times of India at Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad. The showstopper of his grand event was the popular actress Kriti Sanon. The decor, the clothes, and the jewellery – each element had a touch of regal Nizams and gave an immensely royal vibe to it. The amazing ramp was set on the outdoors and decorated entirely with crystal floor lamps that along with illuminating the entire space beautifully, added to the vintage look.
The models presented and exhibited Tarun Tahiliani’s latest bridal collection draped in the beautiful shades of gold, red and orange and each of them also wore jewellery exclusively designed by the architect of fashion himself. Each creation was a fantastic piece of art in itself, but, as always the show-stopping lehenga worn by Kriti Sanon stopped our heartbeats for a while. The sheer beauty, detailing and elegance – all in one collectively could only have been made possible by Tarun Tahilani himself.
“I think it was a fabulous show, I have done a lot of shows, but this had to be one of the grandest one. I was looking forward to walking the ramp here. The way Tarun dresses up every model, the ensemble looks pretty on them. I like the idea of the lehenga being a little short in the front and long at the back. The multiple draping with the unique jewellery that Tarun designed is exquisite. When you are wearing a beautiful garment like this, you start feeling beautiful.” – Kriti Sanon
And we second that! The show from the very start kept us awestruck!
Source – India Times
So, all you bride-to-be ladies, you know the man of bridal wear himself has given primary inspirations before you head out shopping. Don’t just wear a lehenga; when you walk in – dawn it, flaunt it like royalty.