Time to Find Calm in Chaos by Designer Reynu Taandon at FDCI India Couture Week 2017

Remaining true to her roots, designer Reynu Taandon presents ‘CYAN ‘which is inspired from the mysticism of peacock blue hues.

Posted on 18/07/2017 By

Reynu in her new collection showcases bold undertones of the Indian monsoon, intricate detailing and beautiful thread work that gently weave in the magic and mysticism of peacock blue hues. The underplay of carefully used patterns of stripes that break the monotony, use of bold whites, glittering gold’s, and the many shades of heavily embroidered silhouettes of aqua blue and green orchestrate a melodic symphony that is hard to miss.

CYAN - Time to Find the Calm in the Chaos  by Designer Reynu Taandon at FDCI India Couture Week 2017 - Global Fashion Street

Her collection is the perfect balance of traditional hand work, the captivation of the mirror work is made on screen printing regardless for the embellishments used with the creative and characteristics of the mirror. It lies with the framework of the decorative stitches that hold the embellishment in place, yet is progressive in its design, as each of her collection pieces are masterfully accessorised with traditional jewellery that has been re designed to bring out the ethereal tones of the garment. The draping of the dupattas has been elegantly fashioned to subtly reveal the essence of her entire collection, which is centred around the celestial beauty of calming cyan.

CYAN - Time to Find the Calm in the Chaos  by Designer Reynu Taandon at FDCI India Couture Week 2017 - Global Fashion Street

The collection uses handloom and mill-loom chanderi fabrics with the beautifully printed colour palettes that invoke purity in every shade and radiate vibrantly through every silhouette. The entire collection has been artfully choreographed, styled and curated for everyone to celebrate the ever evolving fashion designs and trends in all their glory.

CYAN - Time to Find the Calm in the Chaos  by Designer Reynu Taandon at FDCI India Couture Week 2017 - Global Fashion Street

Reynu Taandon’s collection yet again sets the bar higher and is the perfect trousseau for the bride to be. It’s appropriately designed so it can be worn for different occasions other than wedding alone, although some pieces stand out as her signature style are best fit for the main event. Her bridal creations are the culmination of excellent craftsmanship and are perfected seamlessly, making them priceless possessions that the bride can treasure for years to come.

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