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A couple of weeks ago Sabyasachi Mukherjee announced his new jewellery line and it makes for the perfect way to lend that statement to your bridal look. The designer introduced this new jewellery line alongside his stunning bridal ensembles but we can't help but feel that the accessories were the exclamation point of the entire collection.
From jadau, polki,
diamonds Iranian turquoise beads and rubies, the pieces were statement-makers, all put together in harmony with the clothes. From layered neck pieces to stone-encrusted maang-tikkas and whatnot, the line was a resplendent one. Take a look:
Destination weddings are quite shaping the future of bridal wear. Taking cues from our heritage, and marrying them to contemporary needs, we at Sabyasachi are constantly redefining Indian bridal wear. ‘An Endless Summer’ is almost a ready-to-wear take on bridal couture. Effortless chic being the buzzword, the clothes are lighter, brighter, measured and sophisticated. Post Anushka’s wedding, the new beauty trend is ‘au naturel’. Colour gets out of make-up completely and dives into clothes. An imperceptible flush on the cheek, glossy and glassy lips, mirrored sunnies, open hair and statement jewellery create the new look. Wear colour with confidence and mash it up with panache. On the Ladies: Bright coloured ‘Sharifa-buti’ lehengas hand-embroidered in gold and silver threads and super contrast hand-embroidered ravine cholis. Diaphanous organza dupattas in florescent colours create the right amount of ethnic whimsy. The look is accessorised with hand-crafted uncut diamond jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection. On the Gents: Textured white sherwani with house buttons and a chanderi safa. A Sabyasachi house classic. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact email@example.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #SabysachiJewelry #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi
Heat and dust is a 1983 romantic drama film with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala based upon her novel, Heat and Dust. It was directed by James Ivory and produced by Ismail Merchant. The movie left an indelible impression in my memory. Growing up in Calcutta, roaming amidst the leftovers of the British Raj, watching Ray, Merchant Ivory, Ritwik Ghatak and Guru Dutt, my mind became a complex playground with haunting memories from the past. There is a certain way I see India at most times, in her full glory, I see it in lavish architecture, beautiful textiles, food and music. And I guess it often reflects on the clothing I create. On Her: A stunning Mughal lehenga in gold and ivory with resham and zardosi detail. The look is complimented with a rather extraordinary necklace in uncut diamonds and pearls, a maang teeka, ear studs and a nose ring from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection. It is further accentuated with stacks of uncut diamond, glass and enamel bangles and a large uncut diamond ring. Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact firstname.lastname@example.org Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi
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