The bespoke bridal wear designer, Manoj Agarrwal composed an iconic collection that was authentic and rich in heritage at 6Degree Studio at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2017.
The line was tastefully constructed, in order to impersonate the elegance of an authoritative historical figure as impactful as Jodhaa Bai. Manoj managed to curate regal ensembles for women such as classic, elegant saris and customized lehengas with complete finesse.
Royal architecture played a pivotal role in the design process of the garments; it added an element of innovation. Subtle embroidery motifs in pastel hues appeared on a palette of crimson, ink blue and brown that looked ravishing along with a touch of stark red to accomplish the palette.
Raw silk and tulle were used to create the ambitious ethnic attires that elevated the appeal of the imperial theme. The designer took an important piece of history and artistically transformed it with the magic of his craft.
Eli Avram looked like a timeless bride in her all-red, embroidered, lehenga with a long embellished trail and well-draped dupatta.
Manoj Aggarwal made the audience time travel to the grand era of the Rajputs and the Mughals, who were known for their extravagant lives and effortlessly delivered, a stunning bridal wear collection on the runway.