Suneet Varma at BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 To watch the show video, Click Here When this artist infuses architecture into fashion, the result is always amusing. Suneet’s endeavour of making the bride comfortable without missing out on the grandeur has worked wondrously through his intelligent overlay of craft on light fabrics. In an attempt to marry the set, clothes and the accessories, Suneet highlights ‘Shikhawati’ of Rajasthan, one of the oldest and most beautiful hand painted living cities in the world with a rich history of architecture.The Suneet Varma bridal couture saw embroidery encrusted velvet kurtas, sarees and jackets reviving the 90’s velvet charm, delicately embroidered diaphanous sarees and re imagined sweetheart neckline, mirror work embellishment with large borders in thread embroidery. The colour pallet flaunted fuschia and subtle pinks, deep reds, stark white and ivory with aari embroidery and dark navy and cobalt blue with antique and burnt gold and copper thread embellishments. Showstopper Kangana’s raiment ensemble turned her into an Indian Aphrodite, creating a new trend in ‘choli’, to look out for in the days to come. His Shekhawati collection distinctly differs from his last collection that imbibed Roman aesthetics but his ability to raise fashion regalia from ancient architecture remains an inspiration to the artist. The outstanding handmade accessories in beaten metallic gold and opulent headgears derived inspiration from the miniature paintings and drawings of Rajasthan; carefully incorporating those elements in the garments. From every sartorial nook, Suneet’s team does justice to the art of couture.