If you want something for your festive day that blends the traditional and contemporary elements with perfection, then we’ve got your wishes covered. Ministry of design is one such label that you must add to your bucket list this wedding season. From minimalist and modernistic designs to heavy-duty traditionally embroidered outfits, they just know how to create aesthetic designs that will leave an impression on all the minds in the room. So, let’s explore some of the trending designs from their gorgeously gorgeous collection.
Contemporary couture designs
Fabulous, magnificent and dreamy, the contemporary couture designs by this label are much much more than their description, don’t you think so?
Bewitching bridal ensembles
Aesthetic and alluring, yeah, their bridal statement designs are worth noting. With artistic detailing and beautiful embroideries, these ensembles are nothing less than a treat to the eyes.
Back to basics
Yes, they also have an extensive range of basic wears, including topwears, bottomwears, routine dresses, footwear, kidswear and a lot more under their pret collection.
Inside The Fashion Weekender 2.0
Much recently, the designer duo hosted an event called ‘The Fashion Weekender’ at Shahpur Jat, where they showcased their magnanimous collection including designs for kidswear, footwear, western outfits, bespoke invitations, home decor and the most appreciated bridal couture section. The event was planned for two days (Feb 24, 2017 to Feb 25, 2017) and it covered everything from basic wears to festive wears. This was the second season of ‘Fashion Weekender’, after an overwhelming response the last time and they had a complete different set of designers this time with neutral and classic wear for all age groups. Kanika Bhatia, Mati and Manika Sureka, Anita Khanna Sachdeva are some of the top-notch labels that presented their designs on the event days.
Also, the entire show was covered by Little Black Book (LBB, Delhi) and many more popular sites. Here’s a sneak peak of the Fashion Weekender 2.0 which grabbed much attention from the fashion and style enthusiasts across the country.
From juttis to designer ensembles, fancy invitations to bridal trousseau, everything received a profuse response from the people attending the event. Wine was served to all the guests and candy floss cloaks were doled around. Over all, the show was a huge success.
About the founders
Sought after by brides for the past decade for her incredible couture ensembles, Ministry of Design’s Winky Singh teams up with daughter Rashima Singh to present a new, stunning bridal trousseau collection. All brides want to look their best on their wedding day, and Indian designer Winky Singh has been helping brides achieve this since the early 2000s, creating custom made gowns and ethnic Indian outfits for the creme de le creme of society. One of the first designers to introduce ’fusion-wear’ with intricate cutwork and appliques to the Indian market, she has collaborated with renowned international designers, in the past. Taking her brand, Ministry of Design further, she launched her first flagship store and bridal collection in 2013 and now has partnered with her daughter Rashima Singh to launch their second bridal and trousseau collection.
Reflecting the freedom, elegance and dignity of a woman, Ministry of Design’s streamlined, minimal way with the classic Indian wedding ensemble has garnered a league of followers. Every creation is timeless, and absolutely elegant. Each outfit is made to dress the 21st century bride, who is traditional, and yet unafraid to experiment and try new things. Be it with bright, bold hues on a lehenga, unique silhouettes or even an interesting blend of modem and vintage style—it’s all about creating dream ensembles for the biggest day of her life.
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