Sunday 01, Nov 2020, Delhi (India)
Bridal Wear with a touch of serenity, modernity and magnificence, designer Reynu Tandon has depicted the bridal collection through the eyes of her inspiration the rustic lands and the beautiful skies. The collection titled – The Savannah Saga will definitely make you feel elated. Showcased at the Indian Couture Week 2019 organized by FDCI, this collection had the ramp on fire. With the African themed music and the classic Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s symphony a mood to witness nature combined with fashion was all set.
Designer Reynu Tandon started her label the Mynah Designs in the year 1999, her garments aim to bring out the sensuality and feminity of the wearer. She showcased at the India Couture Week in the year 2018 too. Her collections generally reflect glamour and sophistication. An Indo Western designer she is well known for her bridal wear, gowns and cocktail dresses. Passionate for travelling, her source of inspiration comes from travelling and the streets.
This collection The Savannah Saga is also inspired from her travel experience from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, where she saw the open land and the hues turning and changing the skies. The backdrop or the overall look and feel was also set accordingly.
The collection was an amalgamation of floor length anarkalis, exquisite lehengas and sarees. Making it an apt watch for the brides to be. The collection was cut out on chanderi, satin. nets and georgette – all fabrics that would give a classic feel. Another important element which brought calmness to the eyes of the viewers were the soft pastel colours chosen to work with.
Colours like lilac, mint greens, and old rose made the ensemble give a serene outlook. Silhouettes with traditional embroideries, mirror work and lazer cuts on garments like kurta with dhoti pants were also seen.
For Tandon, this collection is for those modern brides who would like to dress up with an international touch on the Indian wear. The show was walked and closed by the actress RakulPreet Singh.
Adorned in a beautiful old rose lehenga , with a bare neck and minimal accessory, the actress looked like a modern day bride. Her over all look was kept minimalistic with a sleek hairdo, she boosted the intricate craftsmanship of the outfit and carried it like a timeless piece making it an eye catcher for everyone and especially for those looking to dress with modernity by still staying connected to their roots.