Sustainability, But Make It Fashion!

Sustainability, But Make It Fashion!

One of Bollywood’s most loved couples, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor have tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony on April 14 with just close friends and family in attendance. Taking the internet by the storm,  fans gushed over their steamy wedding pictures and stunning outfits, we are still not over their gorgeous wedding look. The duo recently uploaded their mehndi pictures, and Alia’s beautiful Manish Malhotra ensemble has us swooning!
Alia and ranbir
Alia Bhatt has been comfortable in her skin since the day she stepped into the limelight. A rare gift, no doubt. After dabbling with her style back in the day, the actor has now found a happy balance between forward-thinking looks and easier styles. Known for her iconic fashion statements, Alia has us in awe as she chose to be sustainable for her Mehndi outfit, facilitated by the mastermind himself, Manish Malhotra.

 

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Alia chose to wear a fuschia pink number and personalized her Mehendi ensemble with a sustainable approach, where approximately 180 textiles patches come together to mark her momentous occasion, the most special one indeed. The custom touches on reminiscing about her journey and depicts symbolic elements of her memories.

Inscribed through Kashmiri and Chikankari threads. The blouse of this lehenga has real gold and silver and at the same time. The passionate 3000-hour intricate handwork is a true masterpiece!   The patches are woven together using a couture technique of cross-stitches with three tar and six tar anchors. Edged in real gold zari and appliques, this handwoven silk ensemble also carries Banarasi brocades, and some scraps from brides’ earlier outfits, making it even more special, resourceful and memorable!


We are blown away by the attention to detail and creativity and saving our old outfit scraps too, to put to good use!

 

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