The designer opened Day 4 of the virtual couture week with a contemporary collection of florals and blooms.
Fashion and florals is a vintage yet contemporary combination that has influenced some of the finest couture collections. Reynu Taandon’s ‘SURKH’ is an expression of keeping your values in this contemporary world, where every bride wants to dress as a traditional dulhan.
The collection is tastefully crafted, distinctive with exotic motifs & rich hues and coquettish enough. It is a collection that draws its inspiration from the contemporary bride, a girl that re-conceives fashion with all that’s modern and minimalist with a traditional twist.
The collection features the traditional and timeless dream colours of the bride. From heavily embellished baby pinks, fuchsia, fuchsia reds to reds, there will be classic pieces, tone-on-tone lehengas, Anarkalis, traditional Saris, Sharara and Gharara, making a statement without stealing the light off of the bride.
The collection is a mix of four ever merging yet distinct colors. They have been selected keeping in mind every part of the day and how best it will suit the bride in these wedding times be it a morning, sundowner or an evening wedding. For Reynu Taandon, this season is all about taking a leap into clashing kaleidoscopes of colour wherein every colour has its own inspirational factor.
Reynu Taandon says “My entire collection this time will be a complete hand-woven, 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”