ICW 2019: Rakul Preet Sets The Ramp Ablaze In A Reynu Taandon Ensemble


On the fifth day of India Couture Week 2019, ace designer Reynu Taandon showcased her collection ‘The Savannah Saga’. The collection was inspired by the pink sky and sunset that the designer witnessed on her way to Lake Tahoe in the U.S.A. Clad in a dull pink lehenga choli with Resham thread embroidery and gold laser cut work.

‘The Savannah Saga’ was an amalgamation of pragmatism and graciousness with the right dash of sensuality. The fusion of traditional embroideries with modern satin bodices reflected two sides of the woman, showing both her delicate as well as her feminine side topped with a bead of coquettish.

The silhouettes provided a calm and placid feel. The satin and chanderi fabrics added a classic definition to the beautiful range. The collection was indeed true to its inspiration as it brought out surreal powder pastels in garments which included floor length anarkalis, lehengas and sarees.

The captivation of mirror work and graceful gold laser cuts enhanced the embellishments and embroideries in perfect sync. Also, the soft colour palette like powder lilacs, old rose, mint greens brings out the playful innocence in the collection. Nets and georgettes were used to lend a classic definition to the range.

Taandon said “I imagined how a modern Indian girl would like to be dressed up when on a destination wedding. The collection is about them. An Indian look with an International touch.”

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