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Presentation On Chikankari Fabrics

WEAVING THE FESTIVE MOOD.

In a day and age where traditional designs of the past share the same space with outwardly ostentatious ones, designer Renu Dadlani nurtures a passion to create garments across a number of textile parallels. Her team of karigars are masters in delicate embroidery technique.The designer's collection is known for its intricate Parsi gara work, Kashmiri needlework, Tilla embroidery Zardosi, Mukaish and Gottapatti.

Her outfits include a floor length chikankari anarkali defined by its aesthetic Kashmiri tilla border that cascades down in ripples and a transcendent rust-coloured sari with intricate Kashmiri needle work. She offers an elaborate display of her signature styles under one roof with a broad range of anarkalis, sarees, suit fabrics, lehengas, dupattas and men's kurtas on display.

ROMANTIC THE MOON

This Valentine Renu Dadlani has come out with an all-season honeymoon fashion. Breaking the concept of honeymoon wear being lingerie or nightwear, the collection features a casual and sensuous look aimed at tickling the fantasy. Furthermore the collection also sets the tone for joy, happiness and much more.The designer's collection is known for its intricate Parsi gara work, Kashmiri needlework, Tilla embroidery Zardosi, Mukaish and Gottapatti. Her outfits include a floor length chikankari anarkali defined by its aesthetic Kashmiri tilla border that cascades down in ripples and a transcendent rust-coloured sari with intricate Kashmiri needle work. She offers an elaborate display of her signature styles under one roof with a broad range of anarkalis, sarees, suit fabrics, lehengas, dupattas and men's kurtas on display.

CELEBRATING VIVAHA 2003.

New Delhi: Marriages may be made in heaven, but the preparations are made right here on Earth. And it is no mean task to make that perfect wedding! In a day and age when marriages are becoming talk-of-the-town show-biz events, there is more than just the groom and bride involved in the affair. It takes planning to the last detail. Hence, to make the most important day of your life more memorable, here comes the biggest wedding exhibition 'Celebrating Vivaha 2003' to be held at the Taj Palace