Sarees

Ritu Kumar's classics

She is the queen of Indian fashion. No bridal trousseau can be considered complete unless you own one of her creations. Yes, we are talking about none other than ace designer Ritu Kumar.

Reviving your mother's heirloom bridal saree

As a bride, your wedding day will come complete with invaluable emotions and sentiments. Dressing up on your big day in your mother's...

The best of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2013

Every year, fashion connoisseurs breathlessly wait for the month of March. As winter gives it way to spring, FDCI organizes the bi-annual...

Grandeur and elegance with Satya Paul's eclectic collection

In conversation with BigIndianwedding.com, here are a few excerpts from Mr. Jyoti Narula, the Managing Director of Genesis Colors, about Satya Paul's philosophy and design concepts.

Nataasha Sehgal Dubliish launches flagship Nat Non store

Nat Non, the brand which is famous for its efforts to popularize pret wear amongst the masses has added another feather to its cupful of laurels...

Draped like an Angel: Conversation with Anand Kabra

Finding sarees for one's wedding functions that fit the bill of being aesthetic masterpieces, functional and yet fun, meant trudging through one bridal shop to another.

Neeta Lulla at Aamby Valley India Bridal Week 2011

Neeta Lulla opened the show with a collection of the dazzling regal saris worn over glittering churidars...

Sabyasachi Mukherjee at Lakme Fashion Week 2011

The maestro of style and design from Kolkata, Sabyasachi Mukherjee showcased his Colour Fantasy collection on day 3 of LIFW 2011

Shop designers Parvesh-Jai and Alka Nath at Big Indian Wedding!

You couldn't miss this for anything. Now at Big Indian Wedding, brides can shop for exquisite bridal wear from ace designers Parvesh-Jai and Alka Nath...

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