When it comes to creating stunning silhouettes, trust Indian designers to surprise you with jaw dropping outfits that are nothing less than stellar. With the recent conclusion of the India Couture Week and the India Bridal Fashion Week, they have yet again proved their point with brilliant collections.
While it was mostly about the lehengas and ladies clad in stunning embroideries and drapes, Fashion101.in kept an eye out for exciting menswear. Get some ideas for your wedding functions here, bro!
Anju Modi: Royal Blue Sherwani with a slit bandhgala collar. The Sherwani was embroidered around the hem and was paired with pyjamas and derby shoes.
Tarun Tahiliani: Another royal blue sherwani, the texture in the Tarun Tahiliani bandhgala was paired with grey pants and jutis.
Tarun Tahiliani: Royal blue was the colour for TT! The hem was cropped and detailed. With embroidered mandarin collars, it was paired with a bordered dhoti.
Sabyasachi: The fawn sherwani stood out. The staunch and orthodox sherwani was accentuated with floral detailing and a bird motif on its sleeves.
Rimple & Harpreet Narula: A stunning take on jackets, this jacket with embroidery all over was loved for its opulence.
Rimple and Harpreet Narula: Another stunning design by the duo, this embossed floral sherwani stood out for its grandeur.
Rohit Bal: Two floral sherwanis from the designer stood out. The black sherwani with floral embroidery and the brown printed sherwani were the ones we loved the most.
A model in Rohit Bal.
JJ Vallaya: The embossed ad heavily worked white sherwani was the best of the lot. Festive to the core with a Russian touch made it stand out.
JJ Vallaya: Another interesting design was the textured maroon sherwani. Standing out as orthodox, it was played up with zari work on collars and sleeves.
Shantanu & Nikhil: One of their striking pieces was this kurta with gathers around the hem and a bomber style Nehru jacket paired with trousers.
Shantanu & Nikhil: We couldn’t get enough of the collection. Another standout was the textured sherwani played up with brooches and embroidered collars.
Shantanu & Nikhil: We saved the best for last. An off-white sherwani with a pinkish tint, it stood out for its simplicity and vintage feel.