Arpita Mehta’s New Line: Intimate Wedding Experience
For the first time ever, designer Arpita Mehta presents a complete bridal line at the second digital edition of FDCI X Lakme Fashion Week 2021. It is a dreamlike offering for the wedding trousseau. In addition to this, the collection tries to create an intimate wedding experience. Moreoever, it reflects the contemporary young Indian bride who is rooted in her traditions.
Harmony of Hues
Undoubtedly, Arpita Mehta’s label combines ethnic wear with minimalistic yet fashion-forward designs. One can not stop but be in awe of the ethereal hand-embroidered creations. It is an ode to the sacred circle between the bride and her close-knit of BFFs. Let us be honest, this is exactly what the stylish 21st-century women seek when it comes to timeless designs.
Created in exquisite hues of dust pink, mint, fuchsia, and scarlet and silhouettes that are elegant and uncluttered. The collection perfectly sets the mood for every bridal festivity.
Shot in a beautiful villa, the collection captures the essence of an intimate and luxurious wedding. The charming space comprises pretty pink walls with clean and sleek lines, which goes hand in hand with the brand’s aesthetic.
Furthermore, it depicts a small yet meaningful celebration. Also, it throws light on the bride, surrounded by her family and friends who are there to support and cheer her on her special day.
Bustiers, bralettes & boleros
To continue forth, the collection centers around intricately embroidered gloves inspired by the Indian mehendi ceremony. Additonally, there is chain mail blouses with striking floral appliqués. Each piece comes alives and a synosure of all eyes.
Organzas and lush fabrics are the basis of the wedding wear showcase, providing a modern take on the Indian sensibilities. Also, instilling a sense of playful feminity.
All in all, the bridal collection is a perfect amalgamation of soothing pastels and the auspicious bridal red.
Strappy bustiers and tiny bralettes reflecting the rich embroidery details. While long-sleeved boleros with mirror work add grandeur to them. The lehengas, cholis, and dupattas are intricately crafted with the best embellishments that artisans can create.
Arpita in Her Own Words
Speaking about the collection, Arpita said, “This collection is very special to me. I wanted to create a collection that captured the heart of weddings in this new normal and reimagine a bridal line which is contemporary in its vision and is brought to life by our brides and their tribe.”