Bhumi Pednekar and Athiya Shetty turned out to be Ahhh-mazing showstoppers at 3rd day of India couture week 2017

With the ongoing fashion week of India couture week, the designers are adding more charm and glamor to the show. As you all know the ICW is organized by FDCI and is taking place at Taj hotel, Delhi.

The third day of India couture week turned to be superb as two B-town beauties were the showstopper of the event.

The opening of the show was done by designer Reynu Taandon. Her collection had the perfect balance of traditional handwork, Tandon’s collection was titled “CYAN” which was inspired by peacock blue hues. Moreover, the finest selection of colors also made designer Reynu Tandon’s collection a little more chic, classy and elegant.

Bhumi Pednekar turned out to be a perfect showstopper in the blue outfit. Using handloom and mill-loom chanderi fabrics with the beautifully printed color palettes invoke purity in their every shade and radiate vibrantly through every silhouette.

The patterns of stripe have been carefully used which were adding more elegance to the outfits, use of bold whites, glittering gold’s, and the many shades of heavily embroidered silhouettes of aqua blue and green added more volume to her line.

Whereas the closing of the third day of India couture week was showcased by the Designers Shyamal and Bhumika. The designer duo showcased their new couture collection titled “The Princess’s Soiree” and this made their debut on the platform.

‘The Princess’s Soiree’ vaguely borrows from some ancestral stories from their own family from the late 1800s.

The play of colors and the silhouettes in the designs were absolutely stunning.

Bollywood diva Athiya Shetty dressed up in a glittery outfit looked no less than a princess for designer-duo Shyamal and Bhumika’s maiden show at India Couture Week.


“The Princess’s Soiree” complimented their last bridal collection, “The Merchant Princess”.

Their collection consisted of floor sweeping gowns, sheer tulle capes, ruffled blouses, supple frills, belted waists, kali-Daar jackets & lehengas.

Shyamal and Bhumika took inspiration from rich Indian heritage and history and used its precious crafts and artisanal techniques to create couture collections relevant to modern day sensibilities.

Both the actresses turned the show upside down with their elegance and beautifully designed outfits.

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