Indian Weddings are very over the top, and if it’s a Celebrity wedding then we know it is gonna be grand!
A wedding is a big day for the bride, so her outfit matters a lot to her and a bride gives in all the trust to the designer designing her dress!
Here is a list of designers that these Indian celebrities trusted with their wedding attire and let’s just say, they did not disappoint!
7 DESIGNERS BOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES TRUSTED WITH THEIR WEDDING ATTIRE!
1. Neeta Lulla : Aishwariya Rai Bachan
Neeta Lulla is a costume designer and fashion stylist from India who has worked on more than 300 films. Since 1985, she has been designing bridal gowns.
2. Tarun Tahiliani- Shilpa Shetty Kundra
Tarun Tahiliani is a well-known fashion designer in India. He co-founded Ensemble, India’s first multi-designer store, with his wife Sailaja ‘Sal’ Tahiliani in 1987, and Tahiliani Design studio in 1990.
3. Ritu Kumar- Kareena Kapoor Khan
Kumar started her apparel company with two small tables and hand-block printing processes in Kolkata. Beginning in the 1960s and 1970s with bridal wear and evening gowns, she gradually expanded into the international market during the next two decades.
4. Sabyasachi – Bipasha Basu
Sabyasachi Mukherjee is a Kolkata-based Indian fashion designer, jewellery designer, retailer, and couturier. He has been selling designer goods under the Sabyasachi label since 1999.
5. Sabyasachi – Anushka Sharma
Sabyasachi is one of the most well-known designers of India, hence many celebrities adorn his dresses, including Anushka Sharma.
6. Anuradha Vakil- Sonam Kapoor
Anuradha Vakil is one of the few Indian designers who work with handwoven textiles and natural fibre fabrics. She is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, which is known for its handcrafted things.
7. Sanjay Garg- Dia Mirza
Through his label, Raw Mango, a brand of contemporary Indian hand-woven textiles produced utilising traditional processes, textile designer Sanjay Garg is credited with the restoration of Chanderi textiles from Madhya Pradesh, brocades from Varanasi, and soft cotton from West Bengal.
Blog by : Priya Grover
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