The timeless ensembles in this collection draw reference to the classic Indian weddings but spun with western aesthetics. Giving preference to the maximal ethnic look in these creatives through bright hues like canary yellow, peach, apple green, ivory and gold, there is a shift of the concept of ‘voluminous silhouettes’ to lighter fabrics like chiffon, organza, net and silk. The designer has defined the new-age bride who experiments yet stands as the glory of Indian fabrics through golden zari threads, cutdana and floral motifs.
    Tradition and culture in lines of Indian fashion are ever-evolving. The bride adorns an ivory-hued lehenga with Indian bridal ornamentation yet creating the vision of a chic, opulent aesthete, being an icon of the strong Indian bride led by her true girl brigade who stood through thick and thin.