India Couture Week 2017: Bhumi Pednekar looks regal as Reynu Taandon’s showstopper on Day 3https://indianexpress.com/photos/lifestyle-gallery/india-couture-week-2017-bhumi-pednekar-reynu-taandon-4769182/

India Couture Week 2017: Bhumi Pednekar looks regal as Reynu Taandon’s showstopper on Day 3

Bhumi Pednekar added glamour to Reynu Taandon's show at the India Couture Week (ICW) 2017. The finest selection of colours made designer Reynu Taandon's collection a chic, classy and elegant. Remaining true to her roots, Taandon presented her collection titled "CYAN" which was inspired from the mysticism of peacock blue hues.

It was not just the showstopper Bhumi Pednekar who added glamour to her show at the India Couture Week (ICW) 2017, but the finest selection of colours also made designer Reynu Taandon's collection a little more chic, classy and elegant. A perfect balance of traditional handwork, Taandon's collection titled "CYAN" was inspired by peacock blue hues. Click through to see more from Taandon's collection titled "CYAN", inspired by peacock blue hues and had other colours like bold whites, glittering gold complementing them.

Her collection was the perfect balance of traditional hand work, the captivation of the mirror work is made on screen printing regardless for the embellishments used with the creative and characteristics of the mirror.

Bhumi turned out to be a perfect showstopper in blue outfit. "I felt so comfortable walking in this outfit and I can wear this at any point of my life," she told reporters.

Using handloom and mill-loom chanderi fabrics with the beautifully printed colour palettes invoke purity in their every shade and radiate vibrantly through every silhouette.

She showcased bold undertones of the Indian monsoon, intricate detailing and beautiful thread work that gently weaved in the magic and mysticism of peacock blue hues.

The entire collection was artfully choreographed, styled and curated for everyone to celebrate the ever evolving fashion designs and trends in all their glory.

The underplay of carefully used patterns of stripe that break the monotony, 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.

Remaining true to her roots, Reynu Taandon in association with Rajnigandha presented collection titled "CYAN" awhich was inspired from the mysticism of peacock blue hues.

Her collection was the perfect balance of traditional hand work, with bold whites, glittering gold and many other shades complementing the aqua blue and green.

One of the highpoint of the designs was the draping of the dupattas that has been elegantly fashioned to subtly reveal the essence of her entire collection, which was centred around the celestial beauty of calming cyan.