A show of traditional and contemporary designs

Starry Night

It was a display of sheer glamour and grace when Mugdha Godse, Zarine Khan and Raveena Tandon walked the ramp, exhibiting prom and wedding gowns in a melange of colours sprinkled with Swarovski crystals and feathers.

These beauties came together for celebrated couture designer Kavita and Meenu as the duo joined hands with luxury jewellery brand Blues Jewellery Company (BJC) to unveil their new fall-winter collection ‘Khwaab 2-12’ at Hotel Shangri-La. There was a delicate beauty reflected in the collection as traditional and contemporary motifs danced all over the gorgeous outfits created by the designers.

Their collection depicted celebration of life, viz-a-viz Indian designs that have become more elaborate and flamboyant. To match up with this flamboyance, the collection was designed keeping in mind the royal heritage of India giving it an excellent rich and classy look. The collection comprised of rich and vibrant colours like fuchsia, fiery red, lime green and cobalt blue with amalgamations of pastels hues like ivory and gold.

The visibly ecstatic designer duo Kavita and Meenu said, “We are extremely excited. This glamorous evening saw some of the most beautiful Bollywood celebrities, donning the outfits made of varied fabrics such as lace, net, satin, and organza. The silhouettes are sheath, trumpet and empire. The mixed embroidery patterns of traditional and the contemporary coupled up with modern and contemporary jewellery by BJC brought the starry night alive.”

The jewellery collection was a celebration of union of style with the natural brilliance of metal. Abundant in purity, quality and chromatic fullness, each jewel told a distinct tale through the magical interplay of light and colour.

Udit Sehgal, Director, BJC, “We take pride in partnering with Kavita and Meenu for this collection. Their creations resonate with our vision of crafting elegant and stylish object d’ art for modern day women. With a range across polki, diamond and gold, the jewellery has been designed keeping the ‘modern day bride’ in mind and are an amalgamation of both traditional and contemporary elements.”

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