The Asia’s biggest and most premium wedding exhibition ‘Bridal Asia’ to Mumbai, making a fashionable stop at the NSCI on 9th,10th& 11th August 2017. It is set to present carefully curated experience catering to a broad range of consumers with handpicked designers, jewellers, fine living experts, accessories, silver ware etc. It is one stop destination offering bridal shopping solutions in an easy yet elegant, sprawling and finely curated format.
Dhruv Gurwara of Bridal Asia presented a special preview evening in Mumbai at Asilo, on 31st July with ace designers Falguni Shane Peacock and Rawat Jewels. Dhruv Gurwara presented the Bridal edits and looks for the season at this evening. For the occasion, Falguni Shane Peacock and Rawat Jewels, dressed muses Kanika Kapoor, Walusha Desouza, Evelyn Sharma, Krishika Lulla, Shibani Dandekar and Anchal Kumar. Also gracing the occasion with her presence was the Founder of Bridal Asia- Divya Gurwara, dressed in a stunning Falguni Shane Peacock ensemble highlighted with jewels from Ratan Jewels.
Over a luxe array of appetizers and mocktails created for the evening by the chef at Asilo, Dhruv Gurwara with Falguni Shane Peacock with Rawat Jewels spoke about the highlights of the forthcoming show. “We are counting down to unveil yet another trendsetting edition of Bridal Asia in Mumbai. The city can look forward to exclusive collections from all our participants and partners. Falguni Shane Peacock have been our marquee designer partners for the past two seasons, with their avant garde bridalwear never failing to make waves at our show!”, said Dhruv Gurwara.
The Peacock Bride collection for Bridal Asia features a wide variety of silhouettes like voluminous lehengas, floor scraping gowns, formal dresses, bridal saris, skirts with crop tops are some of the silhouettes of the collection. The diaphanous gowns with high-low hemlines and high slits are delicately embroidered in varying degrees and flattering forms with intricate appliqué work. Premium quality embellishments like rhinestones, bugle beads, crystals, glass sequins and feathers have been used, giving the outfits a dreamy couture effect.