Take a look at the three gorgeous authentic bridal looks created by Lakmé Studio at Lakmé Fashion Week:
Mumbai, 19th August, 2011: Kick starting the bridal season for the year, Lakmé Studio unveiled its bridal look book for 2011 by demonstrating three gorgeous looks from across the country at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2011. With a complete collection of eight stunning bridal looks, this look book is a must have for every Indian bride to make her big day absolutely perfect. Eight Bridal themes that form the look book by Lakmé Studio include looks for the north Indian bride, Tamil bride, Muslim bride, Kannada bride, Gujarati bride, Catholic bride, Bengali Bride among others.
Encompassing bridal looks from regions across India, Lakmé Studio unveiled three captivating looks defining a Punjabi bride, a Muslim bride and a Tamil bride. Keeping in mind the contemporary Indian woman these looks depicted confident and individualistic women who are not afraid of experimenting with their looks while remaining true to their culture and heritage.
Draped in magnificent bridal creation by eminent designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee and complimented perfectly by exquisite jewellery by Cappuccino Collections, these three gorgeous models were transformed into the most beautiful brides by Lakmé Studio experts Sudeep Grover and Pallavi Symons. They demonstrated distinct Punjabi, Tamil and Muslim bridal hair and make-up on each of these gorgeous models. Each look not only defined their distinct personality but also represented their rich traditional attributes.