Friday 30, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
On the day 4th of India Couture Week 2020, fashion trends took new heights in the country, as ace Indian designer Reynu Taandon unveiled her latest collection. Her collection "Surkh" soon became the trending topic of fashion industry news. Continue reading to find out about the specifications and what inspired the designer to create this beautiful collection.
There is no denying in the fact that the amalgamation of fashion and florals is a regal yet contemporary set that has influenced numerous Indian fashion designers to create some of the finest fashion trends and collections. Reynu Taandon's utilization of the prettiest petals and the boldest of blooms in the latest collection "Surkh" is all over the fashion industry news.
The Indian fashion designer has created a collection that is tastefully crafted and is distinctive with exotic motifs and rich hues. It won't be wrong to say that "Surkh" is coquettish enough, to make your heart skip a beat and deserves to be trending in the fashion industry news.
India Couture Week 2020 is aptly setting some avant-garde fashion trends this year, and on the 4th day of the event, designer Reynu Taandon took the fashion trends by storm. For the ace Indian designer "Reynu Taandon," her latest collection "Surkh" is an expression of keeping up with your values and virtues in this contemporary world, where every bride wants to dress as a traditional bride.
"Surkh" by Reynu Taandon draws its inspiration from the contemporary bride, a girl that re-conceives fashion with all that's modern and minimalist with a traditional twist.
Elegantly acing the fashion trends, "Surkh" has everything, from heavily embellished baby pinks, fuchsia, fuchsia reds to reds. There are regal pieces, tone-on-tone lehengas, Anarkalis, traditional Saris, Sharara, and Gharara that will make a statement without stealing the light off of the bride. The color shade of the latest collection has been selected, keeping in mind every part of the day and how best it will suit the bride in these wedding times, be it morning, sundowner, or an evening wedding.
Reynu Taandon talking about the collection "Surkh" stated- “My entire collection this time will be a complete hand-weaved, eco-friendly chanderi collection with lots of light zari work, block-printing, gota Patti work, patchwork, and the zardozi work. I want my brides to look elegant, maintain the old world wedding charm in a contemporary way, and thus I have named my collection SURKH."