The name that doesn’t need any introduction is “The Indian Conture Week” a mega event which styles not just brides but also the groom. Every year designers represent their amazing collections that gives some of us some major wedding style goals.
Last year, the event displayed the works of Anju Modi, Amit Aggarwal, Rohit Bal, Reynu Taandon, Tarun Tahiliani, Shyamal and Bhumika, Shane and Falguni Peacock, Rahul Mishra, Pallavi Jaikishan and Suneet Varma. Well, there is a lot common this year too!
The 12th Edition Indian Conture Week will be back with Amit Aggarwal and Suneet Varma. They two designers displayed their astonishing works last year and this year they are back with another astonishing design.
Day 1 of this week will begin with the Amit Aggarwal’s Lumen collection which is inspired by virtual reality experience. During his stay, there was London’s Saatchi Gallery, which focused on how the architecture of both plant and human anatomies is connected by breath. This was the inspiring element for the designer. Amit says, that layering was a hg part of the collection as they have tried to play with colors and layers. The viewers can expect traditional jewelry and neutral shades. The collection will be out-standing and worth your view.
Day 2 is dedicated to Suneet Varma. The designer with his feet glued in the international market too showcased the collection “Naintara” last year. This collection was all about the love of Indian Women who love the Traditional Conture. Naintara had shades of blue, yellow & black with silver work. This collection enhanced the old crafts of India with the abstract artworks. This year the handsome and sophisticated designer will be up with his collection “Amara”. The collection will be consisting of everything from traditional ethnic wear to Casual contemporary wear.
The Indian Conture Week will not only be about these two designers but also about designers Pankaj & Nidhi, Sulakshana Monga & Reynu Taandon, Shyamal & Bhumika. The 7day Fashion Show will set some new style goals for the Indian bride and the groom.