Kamangari by Reynu Taandon Redefines Conventional Indian Bride by Teaming Rajasthan’s Royalty with 2016’s Approach for India Couture Week
Designer Reynu Taandon knows the way to heart of Indian girls as she brings Kamangari as a package of designs which core speaks volume about Indian wedding culture and yet seems contemporary because of a perfect wrapping in 2016’s approach.
Well, why not to stick with a style that is now-a-days tagged as vintage, not traditional. Fashion trends do change with the season’s first breeze but when it is about Indian wedding attires, Indian brides prefer to not go for overdo, but yet seek for the touch of running fresh trend. This is where the inspiration of Kamangari by Reynu Taandon lies, which comes from Rajasthan’s beauty, glory and grandeur.
Reynu Taandon’s Assemblage Replicates New-Age Bride with Royalty and Imperial Touch
Reynu gave her collection the same spirit from seam to stitch and embellished the entire compilation with the sense of royalty. Her assemblage replicates the group of new-age Indian bride, redefining the fashion of conventional bridal attires. The imperial touch and twist makes it all acceptable and set to come into trend with ease.
Vibrant Chanderi Fabric Got Reynu Taandon’s Touch
Coming from idea to fabric, Reynu Taandon chooses vibrant Chanderi which is inflated with handcrafted foil to block printing. The way the she assembled the embroidery and printing on the fabrics with bright hues of red, she successfully reflected the larger-than-life Rajasthani heritage. From ethnicity to modernity, she dealt with her collection meticulously to maintain the balance.
Day-3 of India Couture Week 2016: “Kamangari” by Reynu Taandon
Reynu Taandon continued with her signature style for her latest collection “Kamangari” and stood tall at India couture’s runway too. Her experimentation came up seamlessly showing amazing blend of modern and traditional feel. She brought modish dhoti pants to the ramp and for Indian brides; she teamed those Indian lehengas with kurtis long in length. She also presented full length attires with high neck that covers you from below your chin to toe. Sticking to recreating Rajasthan, she presented exaggerated anarkalis, striking backs and swirling lehengas which made that spectacular bespeaking royalty.
What matches to typically Indian wedding brand remained the selection of hues which revolved around mehroon to red to orange. Her designs possessed the used of embroidery as well.
Divya Ghosla in Glory of Rajasthan as Showstopper for “Kamngari” by Designer Reynu Taandon
Other than the beautiful tall models, Bollywood’s famous director and actor Divya Ghosla also donned Reynu Taandon and looked gorgeous in Indian wedding dress. She sizzled being the showstopper for Reynu Taandon’s Kamangari.
If introduce to some Raynu Taandon’s Kamangari in one line, it is a new-age bridal collection that is conventional at roots yet incorporates contemporary textures being royal and ethnic in nature.