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The wedding season is here and we know that all the brides and their bridesmaids are keeping a hawk’s eye on all the fashion magazines and Facebook pages for some inspiration. We understand that you want the best for your wedding, but following everything randomly isn’t gonna help you to find that dream lehenga or those perfect shoes.
If you want to be nspired, these are the Indian fashion designers that you should stalk on Instagram! Take a look!
With two small tables and hand-block printing techniques, Ritu Kumar started her fashion business in Kolkata. She has surely come a long way from there. Today, she has stores in India, Paris, London and New York. This Padma Shri Award winner is the one that every bride and her troop should follow. With some bold prints and exquisite colour combinations, she can be your fashion guide.
Whether you are the bride or the groom. No matter what your age, gender or nationality is; Manish Malhotra is a name that the entire world knows about. He made our actresses look like million dollar babies in the movies and in real life as well. With shararas, jackets over lehengas and much more, he has set many trends! Manish Malhotra is one designer whom anyone who is getting wedding ready must follow.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee, a humble man who creates the most culturally rich brides. His ethereal work and dedication in creating the best for someone’s best day is evident in every nook of his couture. For anyone who wants something traditional or contemporary should start following Sabyasachi Mukherjee on Instagram.
With amazing colours, bold and unconventional designs, Anita Dongre changed the way Indian brides dress. Her brides are fun and colourful. They enjoy every moment of their wedding. From dresses to shoes to jewellery, she can give you advice on everything. Just follow her now!
One word that defines Anju Modi’s work is ‘royal’. If you are aiming to look like an empress, like Deepika Padukone in Bajirao Mastani then Anju Modi is the one that you should take some hints from. With intricate thread work and deep hues, she adds ‘R’ to royalty!
Hailing from the capital city of India, Rohit Bal designs for the leading ladies of Bollywood as well as Hollywood. His international followers include Uma Thurman, Cindy Crawford, Pamela Anderson, Naomi Campbell and Anna Kournikova. This prolific designer has many awards under his hat. His designs are full of life. They are sensual and something inspired from them is a must-have for every wedding season. So, follow him right away on Instagram.
This MBA-turned-designer started her business by renting a place and hiring two tailors. For somebody who learnt everything by herself without any formal training, Anushree Reddy has surely come a long way. She revolutionised Indian wear. The outfits she creates have Nizami zardozi. If you are someone who loves refreshing summer colours, then, Anushree Reddy is the designer for you.
Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla redefine luxury whenever they come up with something. They are famous for their chikankari work. From their first celebrity, Dimple Kapadia to the very new, Alia Bhatt, they have made our leading ladies look like a dream. Every bride, dream to look amazing on her D-day should follow them on Instagram.
Anamika Khanna, the first Indian female designer to display her collection at the Paris Fashion Week, creates the perfect blend of Indian textiles and western technique. She has modernised traditional Indian outfits and they are gorgeous. For all the brides who are looking for something traditional with a touch of modernity, steal some ideas from Anamika Khanna.
When you check out J.J. Valaya’s Instagram account, you will come across the words “We are the Royal Nomads... We are the new Tradition” written boldly in the bio. This is all you need to know. For anyone who likes to add a touch of the imperial to their wedding attire should consider taking tips from J.J. Valaya.
If you want to be the most gorgeous and stylish bride, these are the designers that you should stalk. From modern to traditional, old school to contemporary, we have hand-picked them to give you the best.