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Thursday, 19 December 2013

Bridal Fashion Week Day Four

Tennis ace Sania Mirza (left) stunned all in a bridal gown by Snatanue & NikhilWhite, gold and subtle glam were the focal points on Day 4 of the ongoing Aamby Valley India Bridal Fashion Week 2013 held at the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai on Monday evening.
While very few Bollywood beauties attended the event, their absence was made up for by the tasteful designs.
Tennis star Sania Mirza was the showstopper for designers Shantanu & Nikhil's show, who rocked the runway in a one-shoulder white tulle bridal gown with gold embroidery and side drape. 

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Actress Huma Qureshi sashayed along in an Ahsima-Leena ensemble, right
Glittering:  Tennis ace Sania Mirza (left) stunned all in a bridal gown by Snatanue & Nikhil, while actress Huma Qureshi sashayed along in an Ahsima-Leena ensemble, right

The diva opted for a pretty look with her hair in a side-sweep and a light pink lippie with simple diamond earring studs. Models glided down the ramp in netted face masks with gold lace and hanging beads while ensembles like flared skirts, anarkalis and dresses in pastel colours and pristine white were highlighted by intricate gold embroidery.
The details in the menswear collection took inspiration from the Roman wreath, as the pattern was visible on sherwanis and achkans teemed with dhoti pants and gold juttis. Bollywood couple Ritesh Deshmukh and Genelia D'Souza were spotted in the front row enjoying the show.
Actresses Sonal Chouhan, left, and Shamita Shetty, right, were also in attendance 
 
Actresses Sonal Chouhan, left, and Shamita Shetty, right, were also in attendance
Actresses Sonal Chouhan, left, and Shamita Shetty, right, were also in attendance at the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai

Designer duo Meera & Muzaffar Ali presented an elegant collection of bridal essentials perfect for any festive occasion.
Starting off with an enchanting kathak performance, the fashion show offered a range of lehengas, anarkali and saris with smart lowers like ankle length pants, shararas and crinkled long skirts as well as cropped Nehru jackets to add a dose of chic ethnicity to the garments.
Flattering colours such as deep purple, rani pink and red were teemed with gold blouses and embroidery.
The models were styled with chic hair buns and kundan and pearl ornaments that created a classy look overall. Gangs of Wasseypur star Huma Qureshi walked the ramp for designers Ashima-Leena in a pink, green and gold lehenga that didn't quite pack the punch.