Friday 30, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
For the first time, the Fashion Design Council of India organized a digital edition of India Couture Week. The six-day long event gained much popularity on social media. The grand event came to a closure with the couture film of one of the most famous fashion designers in India- Manish Malhotra. His couture film showcased his Fall Bridal 2020 collection featuring Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor as the showstopper. To know the specifications, continue reading.
The latest collection by Manish Malhotra- Ruhaaniyat- A celebration called life, takes inspiration from the art forms of the Mughal era and the Mughal living. The designer believes that our historical narratives have numerous emotions embedded in them, but the Mughal period stands out distinctive due to its craft treasures. The collection is a tribute to the heritage and art forms of India. Manish Malhotra, through his latest collection, added a touch of ancient Indian art in the fashion trends of 2020.
The famous fashion designers in India often try to revive the ancient artistry in their collections. Manish Malhotra, too this time, made the efforts to capture the true grandeur and regalness of the Mughal Era.
The Fall Bridal 2020 Collection comprises of kalidar kurtas, khada dupattas, ghararas, izar salwars for women and jama, angrakha and heavy shawls for men in pure and cotton silks, mashru, velvets, and muslins. One of the most famous fashion designers in India, Manish Malhotra, has charmed the collection with the royalty of the Mughal era with suitable modern tastes. The designer has made use of rare archival fabrics of the Mughal period, which gives Ruhaaniyat a vintage look. The revival of the Mughal culture with these vintage textiles is sure to upgrade the fashion trends of 2020. The designer's latest collection consists of prominent zari-woven borders in original silver and gold. For royalty and aesthetic continuity, the fabrics are hand-basted and hand quilted. To match the hues of natural dyeing, the color pallet for the collection includes teal, pistachio green, dusky pink, grey, and maroon. Silhouettes, embroidery, and intricate layering give a perfect sense of Mughal style to the collection.
With his latest collection, one of the most famous fashion designers in India- Manish Malhotra, revives the purest form of indigenous craftsmanship. The designer has tried to recall the old-age crafts and techniques in the modern era.
Ruhaaniyat represents the diverse culture of Indian art, architecture, palaces, painting, gardens, jewelry, museums, and costumes that are immortal.