Prachi Desai was a show stealer at Jaipur Couture Show, Season 6.
Designer Gaurrav Gaud and Riddhima Godha showcasing Fuschia Collection.
Two-day long fashion extravaganza came to its finale in Marriot Hotel, Jaipur. Leaving a plethora of fashion inspirations and paving way for most sought after fashion trends for the year 2019. Jaipur couture show season 6 became a perfect concourse for ace designer labels and makeover experts to showcase their new collections topped with creativity and ethnicity.
The starry presence made by a series of Bollywood stars made the event even higher on substance and glamour. The day of finale touched crescendo of glamour when Bollywood actress Prachi Desai walked the runway as the showstopper for Designer Mohit Falod and Bollywood actor Himansh Kohli unveiled Men’s wear wedding collection for designer Gaurav Jain. Prachi was show-stealer and looked exquisite in wedding ensemble in hues of beige and ivory, she was given a very contemporary bridal look with stunning teekapati and beautiful makeovers done by Richa Aggarwal and Purnima Goyal. The look gelled with changing fashion sensibilities and evolving fashion trends. The designer showcased his new line that was based on royal heritage theme.
The second sequence of the day was dedicated to elaborate show of makeovers and hair. Models looked ultra glamorous in black and elaborate hairdos were inspired by the vintage and retro era, work of exotic and fresh flowers made transformed their looks. Makeover maestro Richa Aggarwal and Purnima Goyal created a beautiful amalgamation of looks. Cleopatra chain of makeovers and bridal lounge and Silverine spa salon and makeovers unleashed looks that were whimsical, innovative and experimental. Talking about line of makeovers to be showcased for the entire show, Richa Aggarwal, stated, “When I was approached by Gaurrav Gaur, organizer, Jaipur Couture show, We wanted to introduce international concepts in makeup and hairdos that were inspired from royal vintage era of west, these hairdos are perfect for destination day weddings and can be adorned during any celebration. Adding to this Purnima Goyal from Silverine stated, We tried to showcase a rainbow of exquisite looks that are in vogue with modern day fashionistas who want to embrace western looks while being connected with roots of tradition.
Ace designer, Dipali Parikh, from Gujrat illuminated the ramp with ethnic wear that depicted refined work on indigenous fabric through her label ‘Om Ethnic’. She presented the finest work of craftsmanship and traditional designs.
Shrena Sutaria, talented and established designer from Ahmedabad showcased beautiful Indo western bridal collection with contemporary cuts and affordable luxury concept.
Gaurrav Gaud and Ridhima Godha’s label ‘Fuschia’ was all about the splendid and magnificent display of high couture and bridal couture fashion that reflected tastes of Gen-next brides and fashionistas. Indo Western collection was young and peppy in many ways from designer sensibilities to work of artisans, cuts remained edgy and contemporary with intricate work of embroidery defining the f aesthetics of creation. Speaking to HIGH ON PERSONA, Gaurrav Gaur, Organiser of Jaipur couture show informed, I am overwhelmed with the response show has received and I feel proud that show has grown in its dimension and popularity over the years. Not only the pink city but designers and patrons from all over India are participating in the show and the number is growing every year. We welcome all new patrons of the show and are confident that the show has provided an impressive spectacle of fashion to everyone and a unique platform to established and aspiring designers.