Asiana Bridal Catwalk Report
(As featured in Asiana Wedding Magazine)
Official catwalk sponsors Kyles proved they never stop pushing the boundaries of creativity when it comes to bridal jewellery. For the first time the bespoke jewellers showcased a collection suitable for the whole bridal party, including children.
As part of their new Heritage range, bold, masculine chains, pendants and necklaces were styled on grooms for a look that was majestic but still minimal. Feathered kalgis were attached to the headwear adding princely charm.
The showstopper was an exquisite Snow White fairytale bride, who wore a regal sculpted raani haar crown. With a royal Edwardian feel, the striking look was accompanied by flamboyant feathers and one of Kyle’s signature Swarovski crystal encrusted bouquets.
Perfect Finish-The catwalk collections crowned by Kyles…
The Asiana Bridal Show Catwalk would never be complete without the incredible accessories created by Kyles Collections. As the Official Sponsors of the Catwalk, Kyles proved once again why they are every bride’s best friend when it comes to completing her fairytale look for the Big Day.
Creative director, Nisha Dadi reveals, ‘The Asiana Bridal Show Catwalk was an exciting venture where we showed brides that we do not just make jewellery but have unlimited creative input to each and every design. This year’s fashion show highlighted our creative element and with brides wanting to keep using their jewellery again and again, we ensured each designer’s collection had a range of versatile pieces.’
To complement Charmi Creations Spanish theme, simple yet striking pieces included rich looking jhoomar, tikka and necklace to balance out the fearless festive designs.
Frontier Bazaar presented fairytale ball gowns. Kyles complemented with Swarovski earrings and royal headpiece, drawing emphasis around the feminine neck line and shoulders.
Khushboos showcased Arabic elegance with their Pakistani-infused attire. These pieces were finished with enchanting accessories in regal themed earrings and a statement headpiece.RDC unveiled an awe-inspiring range of traditional and soft styles, which meant vintage pearls, regal rani haars and statement earrings were on show. RDC’s medieval collection featured a simple tiara and intricate earrings in clear Swarovski for an elegant couture look.
Yuvna Kim’s western inspired dresses needed nothing more than classic earrings and delicate pearl necklaces to heighten the understated appeal.
Ziggi Studio traditional Safa headwear was adorned with brooches, rings, pearl Rani haars, swords and kalgis, which completed the royal look.
Create your own couture look by booking a unique bridal consultation at Kyles HQ.