Vogue Wedding Show 2018 is a shift towards a modern, edgy Indian bride who has not lost touch with tradition in her dressing
“Wedding is important beacuse they celebrate life and possibility.” For this, every woman wants to look the best. For markets, to designer outlets, a woman can run everywhere when it comes to her bridal look but to know all these latest trends you need to take a peek at Vogue Wedding Show 2018. Since its inception in 2013, The Vogue Wedding Show has been a one-stop-shop for all things wedding. Covering all grounds where weddings are concerned, this annual wedding exhibition brings together the best—from the country’s most prominent couturiers and jewellery designers to makeup artists, decor experts and more. Some of the best designers will be showcasing their creativity and talent. Just scroll our gallery to see a glimpse of their collection.
Shingora believes that the new world order redefines femininity, and our ‘Moonlight Garden’ collection reflects just that. Blues, mauves and pinks are the new blacks. Layered embellishments are trending this season—so printed fabrics can be embellished with layers of detail, and finished with trims of ruffles, fringes and feathers. Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas collection is a fusion of traditional and contemporary. She strikes the perfect balance with the right mix of traditional jewellery clubbed with designs and jewels. Rare heritage has taken inspiration from this endless bounty, we have created our signature collection, ‘Reign of GAIA’. Revelling in the splendour of nature’s beauty, the designs and colour palettes use precious stones. The ‘Riwaayat’ collection recreates the charm of a bygone era by drawing inspiration from Indian royalty who was exceptionally fond of jewellery. Intricate sets enhanced with uncut polki diamonds and set in a palette of pastel hues make these pieces perfect for the modern Indian bride.
We are eagerly waiting for the entire show which will take place in Delhi on 3-5 August and trust me the wait is going to be worth.