Bhumi Relives Touch Of Contemporary Elegance In Anita Dongre’s ‘Epic Love’ At ICW
Tapping the nerves of modern-day brides, Anita Dongre showcased a collection that rhymed with the sentiments of women-on-the-go. Her collection resonate free-spirited vibes of women who works, takes care of the house and yet manages to steal the thunder with her dazzling personality. Her heavy-hued collection defied the norms of customary Indian bridal wear, and with touches of bohemian vibes, it was alike a whiff of fresh air. A young gypsy bride was the muse for Anita’ collection.
She added dash of casual and chic appeal with twisted knots of traditionalism into her collection. And conventional patterns mingled seamlessly with contemporary long, column tabards that gave it the models an illusion of height. Her collection titled Epic Love brought forth invigorating shades of Mughal gardens. It signified as a remembrance to Mughal princesses, who are free-spirited yet traditionally grounded just like the modern age brides.
Her collection also found cue from Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton’s brisk persona. Her collection is a perfect example of finery with modern touch-up, which deeply rooted in traditional embroidery. The high point of the collection was wearable blouses that can weave a magical tale with lehengas, sarees, shararas. The ace designer scrupulously used Indian wedding colours in this collection.
With gold as the base, the collection hinged on vintage style, Mughal-era inspired sarees, skirts, dupattas, achkans Fringe-finished sarees, palazzos, and sherwanis for men, exuded modishness packed in a customary packaging. She infused gota patti work, phulkari and dabka work with her bright collection that looked radiant in hues of cream, rusts, browns, reds and pink and muted blue.
Bhumi donned a floor-length black jacket festooned with gold superfluities from the collection. Her deep v-neck outfit gave enough view of her skin, as she painted her face in shades of nude hue and light pink lips.