Infused with grandeur and elegance, veteran fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani ended the second day of the five-day fashion gala with his collection 'Last dance of the courtesan' at the FDCI India Couture Week 2016
A sunset orange and red lehenga looks divine with a graphical representation of a great Indian wedding procession.
Tarun brilliantly transforms courtesan's wardrobe into the modern age bridal couture.)
Anita Dongre mesmerised the audience with her bright, gota patti infused creations.)
Anita Dongre infused magic into the air with her Epic Love collection where the young gypsy bride was the muse for the collection.)
Tarun relives the rich courtesan period with his couture. The collection stands out with its generous use of deep hues like oranges, reds, and whites.)
To heighten the mood of this mesmerizing event Tahiliani collaborates with dance stalwart Manjari Chaturvedi, a leading exponent of classical dance in India who has revolutionized Kathak.
(Photo: Moving gradually on to a regal palette, jewel-toned solids in rich wine, orange and the classic reds, creams and golds take center stage.)
Bhumi Pednekar extended support to the ace designer Anita Dongre and sported her creation for day 2.)