Nisha Sagar showcases wedding designs for the season


Nisha Sagar showcases

Mumbai [ TNN ] Nisha Sagar showcased her designs for current Wedding Season via a grand Fashion Show at Renaissance Hotel in Powai. It was anchored by Ruby Bhatia and winner of Femina Miss India 2008 – Parvathy Omanakuttan was seen as the show stopper.

To add to the excitement, Palak of comedy nights with kapil, walked the ramp for the first time. Palak aka Kiku Sharda regaled the audience with jokes and spoofs. “This is the first time I got the opportunity to walk the ramp and I am happy that this is for Nisha Sagar’s show. It’s an honor to walk for Nisha Mam.” Real life couple Anup Soni & Juhu Babbar also walked the ramp. Socialite Malati Jain, director Anand Sagar and Shakti Sagar were seen enjoying the show. “This season stress is more on sheen and lighter embellishment. Nobody is interested in turning a bride into a weight lifter with heavy ghaghra-choli.”

Nisha Sagar has an innate skill for designing couture & trousseau high on the ethnicity of the Indian culture combined with the taste of the modern styles. Her designs are epitome of femininity and make a woman feel complete. Close to nature, she sees the beauty in God’s creations and ushers the echo of its poetry through her own designs. For Nisha Sagar Couture is the symbol of beauty, elegance and womanhood.

For her latest wedding collection she has used pure Georgette & Net fabrics along with a kaleidoscope of earthy colours mixed with exotic, natural & unusual elements such as burnt ginger, hued rust, golden auburn, pure crimson, etc…. Embellishment & embroidery is just sufficient and done very artistically.

While her sarees complement the wearer with gusto, and, like an ornament enhance the beauty of woman, her Gahghras are a symphony of style and tradition. They float. They flow. They capture the imagination of sensitive souls. Made in pure fabrics, they are the ultimate amalgamation of exquisite beauty and creative ingenious. She has an unparallel style of designing which merges modern into the realm of Indian traditions with an aplomb.