Florals have surely become a trend that we won’t get enough of! And apparently, florals have become the most popular trend among bridal wear as well. From printed designs to its reach on embellishments and embroideries, florals are just everywhere. With the floral styles transforming to be prettier and fresher, we have collected some of the best collections created by the top-notch Indian designer that will totally steal your attention!
- Rahul Mishra: The winner of the prestigious International Woolmark Prize 2014, the ace couturier Rahul Mishra has represented the amalgamation of floral design in most of his collections. On an interview with Elle Magazine India, Rahul Mishra says “I want to create collections that are built from strong, well-crafted and desirable separates, and to tempt a new customer into owning and enjoying at least one Rahul Mishra piece to start with and that, hopefully, will lead them to take the next step of buying and adding more pieces from my collections to their wardrobes.”
- Varun Bahl: The exquisiteness of Varun Bahl’s Vintage Garden ensemble says it all. The majestic designs of florals have made it way to enhance the beauty and charm of Indian bride in its own way. Vintage Garden collection is certainly the epitome of grace and beauty of the modern time bride.
- Anushree Reddy: Her collection is a line of epitome, grace and floral work all the way. Anushree Reddy’s designs are majorly influenced by shades and tones of pink and floral prints. You can shop for your wedding trousseau from her fabulous collections.
- Sabyasachi: Obviously, who can forget the king of Indian bridal couture! Sabyasachi is the undaunted emperor of bridal couture, and that goes without saying. In an interview with Vogue, Sabyasachi says “Clothes are an extension of one’s intellect. Fashion is a mass phenomenon, while style is one’s distinctive expression.”
- Anamika Khanna: Her collections have been majorly inspired by florals. Talking about Lehengas, they have always been the talk of the town. Her method of blending traditional Indian textiles with Western silhouette techniques and tailoring is commendable.