Élan’s Winter PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2015 Day 1 Collection
The Day of-1 finale was presented by Elan, where they put their bridal collection “The Jasmine Court” for show. The “Jasmine Court” tribute Sub continental Royalty romantic era of the late 18th century. The Maharajas and Nizams of princely states were strongly influenced by the “gora” Sahib and influenced “memsahibs” of the British Empire and as a flood of court fashion marking followed an entanglement of Western sensibility with the eastern decadence. This marriage of cultures resulted in an innovative style of dress of the time with some more modern staples like the blouse “and” Petticoat “. Élan opted for a restrained sensual silhouette this year with tradition.
The sounds were vintage with deep accents interlacing . Unexpectedly with the gold, nude, yellow, lime, light blue and jade color palette Sheer fabrics, velvet and brocade have been printed in the house and worked with traditional forms of embroidery and embellishment; ancient techniques of processing were revived and coopted really with Élan signature beautification to produce distinctive and striking Bridal Couture Traditional fabrics, silhouettes and beautification came into focus -. short heavily gilded kurtas, kalidar angrakhas, voluminous Peshwas, Farshi ghararas and richly detailed Zardozi saw the interest in this season – the Indian Princess Bride with a restrained Elegance shrouded in tradition and heritage took center stage. The collection presented menswear, womenswear, children’s wear.