Anmol curated a Bridal Boutique, where five industry experts shared tips and also created bridal looks to take cues from…
As a one-stop guide for brides-to-be, renowned jewellers, Anmol, hosted a talk show, Bridal Boutique with experts who had been specially invited to share some style and wedding tips. Stalwarts of their crafts like ace celebritiy stylist Tania Ghavri, luxury jeweller and owner of Anmol Jewellers, Ishu Datwani, himself, make-up artist Marvie Ann Peck, wedding photographer, Ram Bherwani, founder of Kettlery, Praneta Mehta and wedding planner Preeti Sidhwani had all gathered under one roof to put together this style soiree.
While the tips shared were many, Ghavri mentioned how brides these days are now going for light pastel shades such as mint green and rose green. She also further added that material wise, velvet lehengas are the latest in thing now. When the conversation shifted to the most important aspect of a bride, her jewellery, she was quick to point out that the demand for traditional jewellery would never go down. Praising the contribution of period films such as Jodha Akbar, Datwani stressed on how adding a twist to traditional, classy pieces influenced demands among young buyers. Asking consumers to decide their jewellery first before dresses, he suggested using modular jewellery for functions such as ‘sangeet’. Adding to the dazzle quotient, Peck said her company uses crushed diamonds as mineralised make-up that enhances the bride’s skin and overall glamour.
The show culminated with an exhibition of three different looks, styled by Anmol and Ghavri, while the makeup was done by Peck.
The final reception look highlighted a stunning diamond neckpiece, complemented with a mint green attire and a teeka.
Talking about breaking notions, Datwani shared his experience of making a tiara for a Lebanese wedding that took his collection’s look a whole new level.