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Manish Malhotra

Manish Malhotra

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viyahshaadinikkah:

Photography: Morvi Images

viyahshaadinikkah:

Photography: Morvi Images

indianweddingsmag:

#JaquelineFernandez rocks this look with #JaipurGems and a #ManishArora kurti #indianweddings #bollywood #beauty

indianweddingsmag:

#JaquelineFernandez rocks this look with #JaipurGems and a #ManishArora kurti #indianweddings #bollywood #beauty

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pehchaanfashion:

Deepika Padukone in a stunning champagne sari with a white lace corset blouse

pehchaanfashion:

Deepika Padukone in a stunning champagne sari with a white lace corset blouse

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musicalmovementsofficial:

#makeupideas #bridal #redlips #goldeyeshadow #eyebrows #makeupinspo #motd #indianbrides

musicalmovementsofficial:

#makeupideas #bridal #redlips #goldeyeshadow #eyebrows #makeupinspo #motd #indianbrides

silenttemptress:

Sabyasachi’s design philosophy is ‘Personalized imperfection of the human hand’. Deserts, gypsies, prostitutes, antique textiles and cultural traditions of his home town, Kolkata, have been a lifelong inspiration for this designer who believes that “clothes should just be an extension of one’s intellect”. He uses unusual fabrics, texturing and detailing, ‘fusion’ of styles, ‘patch-work’ with embellishments in a vibrant colors. His creations evoke images of ancient and medieval ages. He describes his own collections as ‘an International styling with an Indian soul‟. In the designs, he tries to maintain a non commercial balance in an extremely aggressive, commercial and competitive industry. His collection is for people who prefer to walk a path less traveled and who definitely believe that slowing down is not equivalent to dropping out.

His signature style is originality, as he moves between stunningly crafted bridal wear and perfectly structured western statements. The designer draws his inspiration from art such as the colourscapes of French impressionists like Monet and Henry Matisse in his clothes.

He pioneered the use of Indian textiles in a modern context. His unique contribution was the use of indigenous methods like bandhani, gotawork, block printing, hand dyeing etc. in construction of modern silhouettes. [source]

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I love this so much.

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