India Couture Week 2022 has finally come to an end, and in this edition, we saw some dreamy pieces. From rich colours and dramatic fabrics to intricate details and lots of bling, we absolutely love this year’s collections. So, if you’re a bride-to-be looking for some inspiration, here are all the trends and styles that are going to be big this year. Check out the best bridal collections from FDCI x ICW 2022 and bookmark your favourites!
1. Tarun Tahiliani
Tarun Tahiliani opened FDCI’s India Couture Week 2022 with his stunning collection titled ‘The Painterly Dream’. It features playful multicoloured lehengas, long jackets, gorgeous sindoori sarees, and traditional menswear. Some of the finest embroidery techniques such as jarkana, pichwai, and kashida form the strong craft pillars for this collection.
2. JJ Valaya
JJ Valaya’s collection ‘Alma’, showcases luxurious fabrics, elegant details, inspired prints, and the designer’s timeless embroideries. The vibrant colours and contrasting prints make it one of the best bridal collections at ICW 2022.
3. Dolly J
Dolly J’s collection, ‘Meraki’ is inspired by the depth of tranquillity within art, tranquillity which is foundational for growth and progress. It showcases vivid hues of reds, golden, fluid textures, and intricate motifs, and we are in love with the designer’s collection.
4. Suneet Varma
‘Sitara’ by Suneet Varma features a mix of traditional motifs and abstract artworks enhanced by age-old crafts of India. It is a modern and theatrical representation of the modern Indian woman and has a variety of rich shades. From studded sarees to cape lehengas, bookmark this bridal collection by Suneet Varma at ICW 2022 for a modern spin on traditional outfits.
5. Falguni Shane Peacock
One of the best bridal collections at ICW’s 2022 edition has to be designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock’s ‘Love Forever’. The grand ensembles are enhanced with an ingenious display of detailed motifs that showcase the best of Indo-Parisian culture and architecture.
6. Varun Bahl
‘New Leaf’ by Varun Bahl had some gorgeous pieces for brides to bookmark. The collection is inspired by the bounty of nature found in the wilderness of forests and a hint of drama and fun, using upcycled vintage embroidery and appliques.
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