Dressmaker Reynu Taandon wreaks a multisensory attack together with her robust take at the color crimson.
Up to date: Sep 21, 2020 23:17 IST
Underneath the glitz of the celebs and dim mild of the candles and mashaals used to be clothier Reynu Taandon’s runway at India Couture Week organised by way of Style Design Council of India in partnership with Hindustan Occasions. Set within the backdrop of a fantastically carved citadel that includes a protracted historical past resonates with the clothier’s clothes which might be an amalgamation of previous crafts, conventional weaves and trendy designs. Her fashions regarded instantly out of a folklore story styled in wedding ceremony finery, that used to be ruled with hues of reds.
Blooming plants and geometric patterns have been strewn in precision via intricate embroidery and sequined elaborations over lehengas, jackets, blouses and sarees. Staying true to the core craftsmanship of her atelier, this luminous day trip titled Surkh featured items, which had seamstresses putting in place over masses of hours infusing existence into every ensemble.
Alternatively, because the clothier performed with geometric designs, she stayed true to her signature silhouettes and fresh cuts that integrated jacket lehengas, Kalidar anarkalis, shararas teamed with lengthy kurtas and peplum jackets, belted saris and extra. A nostalgic comeback used to be made by way of salwars- that used to be now not observed at the runway for a couple of seasons now- that used to be paired with lengthy kurtas and peplum jackets.
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