Vintage Garden: Floral Gift to a Contemporary Bride
As the collection by Varun Bahl was called Vintage Garden, the fresh and happening aroma and feel was obvious to accompany the fashion design show at India Couture Week 2016. Varun gifted a smiling floral treat to all contemporary brides through his vintage collection at runway.
Supported by craftsmanship, this modern approach depicts global outlook and sensibility of an Indian bride. It gives new sights to all modern brides who still associated their D-day with a set of color palette. Here the base colors symbolize independence and practicality that a today’s young women can connect with. The flowers have been the life for any party, event or function. Varun Bahl brings that complete range to adorn an Indian bride and complete her look. Varun marks a pleasant attempt of showcasing petals and structures on conventional attires with his latest collection called Vintage garden.
Vintage Garden: A Floral Burst by Varun Bahl
Highly inspired by landscapes, gardens, flowers and gears related to nature, Varul Bahl brought modern and young vintage collection at runway of India Couture Week 2016. Making the title of the show “Vintage Garden” significant, Varun Bahl recreated a beautiful garden at the venue of his show. The feminine collection got embellished pretty well with the nicely arranged setup. A spectator could have felt his theme from the inner as the show area got sweetened with the scent of beautiful fresh-looking roses.
Keeping the whole vintage thing in mind, Vintage Garden was adorned with contemporized Indian silhouette which interestingly was not about just lehenga, blouse and duppatta. It was a different take of Varun Bahl on contemporary Indian designs that made his compilation as fresh as the setup of couture area.
What inside the Collection?
Varun Bahl’s experiments gave his fabrics digitally printed flower projections. The designs were further embellished with embroidery of peonies and rose motifs. The designs looked like an art work, making a rich collection by craftsmanship and at the same time, they also don’t let the bridal wear go heavy.
It was an amazing demonstration of interweaving the appliqué and cutdana work with rich fabric like matka silk, silk net, raw silk and katan silk.
Fringes and pearls also played their part to vintage theme. The entire embellishment was given the base of hues like white, pink, vermillion, etc.
No wonder, a lot of toil and sweat had been incorporated to build a label and collections like Vintage Garden as it’s not a snapping job to make a designer label that can be distinguished from others with nuance. In fact, even ticking the wish list of every contemporary bride is not a piece of cake as you know how conscious an India bride remains for her wedding day. Don’t you?