ANUSHREE REDDY AND RIDHI MEHRA BROUGHT THEIR CREATIVE VISIONS FOR BRIDAL WEAR AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK 2020 DIGITAL FIRST SEASON FLUID EDITION
Mumbai, 24th October 2020: Anushree Reddy’s bridal collections have been the most sought after by the brides and their entourage for years. At Lakmé Fashion Week 2020 Digital First Season Fluid Edition, Anushree unveiled another dazzling offering “Nazira” (meaning glowing with happiness) for bridal trousseaux shoppers.
Once again there was that uber reflection of romance and femininity in the ensembles as they glided through the show on elegant models. Anushree’s creative design directions have always been deeply rooted in traditions, which she once again unveiled for her garments.
The colour spread offered by Anushree, showcased a delightful array of hues. There was the ever-neutral pristine ivory as well as the haute bridal favourites like peachy pink, cherry red, strong royal purple and regal navy. When it came to the embellishments, Anushree allowed her designing skills to bring in large offerings of handcrafted 3D crystal work, which was balanced perfectly with Katdana and delicate thread work.
With such an exotic, elaborate surface ornamentation story, the fabric base also matched the grandeur and glitter as silk, organza; handwoven cotton and the finest of tulle were turned into a luxurious backdrop.
Embroidery was undoubtedly the star of Anushree’s collection with fine detailing like ornate scalloped edges for hemlines, dupattas, and cholis. Dazzling latkans hung tantalisingly at the waist while strappy gowns replete with the most exotic blooms splashed all over were mesmerising. The almost lacy treatment with embroidery given to the choli sleeves presented and amazing fragile look. The saris were treated with great opulence as the embellishments were lavishly used for the pallavs, borders and cholis.
Keeping her demi-couture collection totally fuss-free for the millennial bride, Anushree Reddy ensured that the “Nazira” collection had everything that the trousseau shoppers always dreamt of.