City's Shoppers are having a gala time at the ongoing Lifestyle and Wedding exhibition Bride and Groom taking place at Hotel Ashok, Chanakyapuri concludes. Running its 16th Edition, the exhibition was the first Wedding and lifestyle exhibition of this season, and has around 100 designers from all over India and also Dubai and Pakistan.
The ongoing Bride and Groom Exhibition at Hotel Ashok provides sneak-peak platform into the revolution into the revolution that the Indian Wedding scenario is undergoing when it comes to fashion and lifestyle. Many designers have unveiled their Autumn / Winter collection which are an attractive section in the exhibition.
Be it wedding ensemble, clothes, jewellery, footwear or wedding planning and décor, the exhibition bought forth an array of designer choices to choose from for to- be brides and grooms in each of the wedding and lifestyle category, says Kiran Sharma, Organiser, Bride and Groom.
Tantra by Designer Ratna Jain is displaying a range of saris, lehengas and casuals. The Indo-western range has shararas, culottes and out-of-the-box saris – draped skirt saris and slit saris. “"The young brides and grooms are experimental and not afraid to defy the norms. The Indian wedding attire is definitely witnessing changes" says Ratna.
Nidhi Malhotra, Delhi-based designer is displaying wedding gowns, straight jackets and trousseau. “ "have done lot of fusion in order to cater in the trending market of new young brides who are no longer restricted to the traditional sarees, lehengas and salwar kameez. Sari-goens are something you can look upto in my wedding collection.Also I have designed heavy jackets that could be teamed with pants to add that style factor.
At Bride and Groom the entire Indian wedding industry comes together during the glittering and distinguished three-day event. The earlier show at Delhi attracted approximately 25,000 visitors primarily young brides to be, crème-da-le-crème, Industry gurus, buyers and affluent expatriates Diplomats who live in Delhi and NCR.