Reynu Taandon reached the limits of the sky as Rakulpreet closed the show with her stunning outfit
Reynu Taandon in collaboration with Archana Aggarwal presented the Savannah Saga at ICW 2019 by FDCI.
With the motto of touching the skies by her wondrous collection, designer Reynu Taandon took her inspiration by the multi-faceted skies and its varying hues. A saga that spoke of serenity; modernity and magnificence as the models walked the ramp for Taandon for her theme, ‘THE SAVANNAH SAGA.’ Old Indian tradition fused into the modernity of the day shows the luxury of couture.
Her fifth Year on the couture week was as splendid as any other where she got to the groove with the waves she gave to her lehenga. The money lies in the detailing of her designs. The pink, peachy transitions of the morning skies have been set into the fabrics of silk, resham, etc. The beautiful collection showcases various styles of lehengas, sarees, anarkalis and gowns set on powder pastel tones being true to the idea. “When we say savannah, we think of either in Africa or Australia but when I started thinking about it was very different. While travelling from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, I saw miles and miles of beautiful rustic lands. That’s when I thought of beautiful blue skies and lovely sunsets. I thought about why we can’t have a destination collection on this. Six to seven months ago, I started thinking along these lines,” Reynu
Rakulpreet Singh closed the show for Taandon in an old-rose lehenga looking like a dream. Her stunning outfit, its ease and comfort are every bride’s go-to because of the heavy mirror work. The background African music and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s song set the mood for the entire show. “I think it’s beautiful. I love this colour, it is one of my most favourite. This dress speaks a lot about the modern bride. When I first saw the outfit, that’s what I felt. It is very contemporary, new, young and still Indian at heart,” Rakulpreet said post the show.