July 26, 2010 3:56:38 pm
The Tarun Tahiliani Bridal Couture Exposition is a novel and larger-than-life experiential extravaganza that promises a new benchmark in luxury. The impact of Taruns work has been drawing tremendous accolades across the fashion world for years.
“Wedding is the most important occasion in one’s life. It is the biggest event across all cultures especially in India. The Tarun Tahiliani Bridal Couture Exposition is a celebration of the wedding fervour. It brings together each aspect of the celebration under one roof in an ambience that reflects the true spirit and zest of an Indian wedding,” said Tarun Tahiliani.
Just like any Indian wedding that is resplendent with heritage yet with a twist of modernity,glamour,exquisiteness and magnificence,Taruns designs are timeless and unique. From July 24-26,2010,the Tarun Tahiliani Bridal Couture Exposition is the first-of-its-kind bridal couture event in India and is set to take place at Indias premiere luxury destination The DLF Emporio.
The finest luxury brands DLF Emporio,FOREVERMARK,FNP weddings,Citigold Select from Citibank,Chivas,SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS and Bentley have come together to support Tarun in his spectacular celebration of bridal couture.
This year,the theme for the Bridal Couture Exposition is The Procession,wherein a staggering procession,clothes,jewels,and accessories will be arranged with live performers on interactive models,fibre glass animals in traditional livery and luxury cars.
A unique theatrical setting will be produced and around the celebration of the Procession a Son et Lumiere will be created. The Bridal Couture Exposition combines matchless confluence of traditional Indian and colonial furniture,antiques and objects d art in a lavish and palatial set-up.
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