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RAASLEELA by designer duo Parvesh – Jai to present its first edition at Bridal Fashion Week, Vancouver and to showcase the finest of Indian fashion besides with Royal Fables – Trunk Collection. The three-day event will start from April 8th, 2016 at Vancouver convention centre in Canada. Successful fashion labels by Indian designers to participate in Bridal week Vancouver along with the members of Royal Fables. Indian designers like Reynu Taandon, Parvesh and Jai, Mayyur Girotra, Satya Paul, Shyamal and Bhumika, Rohit Verma, Payal Singhal are few to name of.
Royal Fables will be a key element at the three day RAASLEELA – Bridal Week Vancouver 2016.
The delegation to be led by Nawab Kazim Ali of Rampur, will consist of four royals namely, Kanwarani Kamini Singh of Seohara, Rajkumari Nandini Singh of Jhabua, Baisa Pushpita Singh Kharwa, and Rani Jaykirti Singh Baria. Royal Fables will also launch its exclusive Royal Fables Trunk Collection on this prestigious platform.
Keeping in mind multi-cultural wedding industry of Canada, Royal Fables regal participant have designed specially for global clients. Baisa Pushpita Singh Kharwa was kind enough to share with Fashion & Style Buzz team about her preparation, and shared some pictures of her designs which is global in look and feel, yet keeping the royal heritage intact. Her range of jewellery is built around a collection of semi-precious stones from around the world – stones that are cut, polished, embellished, faceted, turned into beads, tumbles or other interesting forms, shaped by hand or by machines – before being paired with silver, set into beautiful clasps, matched or contrasted, each a work of a jewellery designer’s fine eye for detail and perfection. It seems it has been specially created for the discerning diva in divine colors and fine sheen.
And what a beautiful world of stones it is – from chalcedony to amethyst, Lapis-Lazuli to amazonite, jade to onyx to turquoise and coral, carnelian and jasper, from crystal and pearl to garnet and alexandrite – in deep colours and light. Strung traditionally or in modern settings, set with pendants or looped as strings, single strands or multiple ones, they are as boundless as her imagination.
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Ms.Anshu Khanna,the promoter of Royal Fables told us that Royal Fables is her little attempt to preserve and recreate the aura of the bygone, regal era. “Vancouver has a strong Indian diaspora that appreciates Indian crafts and weaves. Royal Fables promises to vow the Vancouver audience by bringing together the creative outpourings of the scions of the erstwhile princely families” .
All the best Royal Fables! May our presence shine like our royal history.