“Hiraeth” by Rimple and Harpreet Narula: The Travelling Bridal Collection Wrapped in Nostalgic Feel
Rimple and Harpreet Narula bang the Couture runway with just right amount of work which was a lot of yet subtle.
If talk about interpretation and trends for a wedding collection, day-3 of India Couture Week 2016 saw amazing blends of hues and palettes. Hiraeth, a bride’s delight by Rimple and Harpreet Narula was for world traveler who is pretty rooted to the grounds and longing for getting back to home.
The introduced colors that overlapped the fabric depicted the day transcendence and so introduced ethereal ivory, antique gold, earthy marsala and midnight blue in the collection titled Hiraeth. The selected hues beautifully plus gently flowed from morning to evening and evening to night.
Showstopper Yami Gautam in Rimple and Harpreet Narula at ICW2016
Hailing from Ludhiana, Rimple and Harpreet chose Yami Gautam for not just being from Chandigarh which also falls in their state; they found a lot to explore with Yami other than having a home connect with the young and talented girl.
Yami Gautam looked amazing in Rimple and Harpreet Narula. She looked absolutely stunning and graceful while walking the ramp being showstopper.
The collection showed florals and peacocks in motifs. The duo designer also brought monuments in designs and patterns, where Yami Gautam’s lehenga was one of the exemplar of the same. The visit of Rimple to Benares brought Islamic architectures and Mughal monuments to her latest collection, which made it out-of-the-box.
The warm backdrop with lush hangings of antique textiles whooped the couture runway and when was teamed with poetic emotions and Yami Gautam’s enthralling wide smile, it just made the show.
Background Poetry Filled the Event Venue with Emotive Breeze
One interesting differences that designer duo Rimple and Harpreet brought to the ramp of India Couture Week 2016 was the selection of the background track. Going at different way than others, they didn’t run a song or instrumental for their show, but they went with a Punjabi poetry that was recited by super talented Gulzar and penned by Amrita Pritam.
What inside Hiraeth?
Despite possessing enough weight, their designs had quality of being comfortable at donning. Rimple and Harpreet Narula designed the attires with such work that was heavy, but without making it look too body and blingy. Amazing fit, comfort and grace was what they showcased this couture event.
The long trailed beautiful lehengas remained the highlight of their show which was accompanied by anarkalis, attractive jackets, dramatic robes and cloaks.
Harpreet Narula and Rimple presented an amazing nostalgic feel through their designer collection Hiraeth which touched straight the chords of soul, evoking the audiences and leaving them with melancholy behind.