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KORA presents 'Riyasat' - The Royal Indian Wedding Collection

Updated: Oct 18, 2016 13:12 IST

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], Oct.18 (ANI-Newsvoir): KORA, the leading design label for men's couture and bespoke clothing for men presents 'Riyasat' - The Royal Indian Wedding Collection.

Vintage yet in vogue, extravagant yet eternal and every bit encompassing royal - the KORA Royal Indian Wedding line is just what one need to elevate their look from ordinary to extraordinary. Conceptualized for maharajas, the collection captures the steady unraveling of time through fashion as it draws inspiration from what royalty actually wore and delivers it with a contemporary twist for the discerning man of today.

Nilesh and Mitesh with Models at the KORA Launch event in Ahmedabad

The evening witnessed an amazing performance by renowned singer Ronkini Gupta along with classical dance performances choreographed by Sameer Tanna and Arsh Tanna. India's top male models set the ramp on fire and highlight of the event was the grand finale. The guests were surprised when corporate honchos including Mr. Sukhbir Bagga, MD, Group Planet Petal, Mr. Jinesh Shah, ED, Torrent Group, Chiranjiv Patel, MD, P.C Snehal Group and Mr. Chitrak Shah, MD Shivalik Group walked the ramp exclusively for Nilesh and Mitesh.

Think detailed embroideries and gorgeous weaves, painstaking craftsmanship and impressive colour palettes. Think flattering cuts and innovative prints. Each piece in the collection ensures that when you slip into the kurtas or sherwanis, you actually slip into clothes that spark joy by recreating the magic of the traditional bygone Indian era. Each outfit has been thoughtfully created to capture the magic and surrealism of festivities and fun, during wedding celebrations.

Speaking about the collection, Nilesh says "We are glad to present our latest wedding collection 'Riyasat' in Ahmedabad. We endeavor to take a slice of India's magical royal era and have our loyal customers treasure it forever. The collection is inspired by long drawn tradition, something that has passed down by our descendants and taking the legacy of exquisiteness ahead."

The collection comprises of contemporary yet modern silhouettes. The cuts in Achkans and Bandhgalas are ahead of time and detailed embroideries in each of the garments created by master craftsmen all by hand itself is an art. The styling stands apart and a cut above the edge with draping which takes you to an ancient era.

Speaking at the event, Mitesh says "This is not just about clothes and fineries. It is about making memories and playing your part in history. The collection is inspired by royal gathering which depicts colours and traditional music which has elegance and vibrancy. This collection is our labour of love made so brilliantly that they ensure that you want us to be part of your loved memories and special moments as well."

With a keen eye that sources materials from villages and local craftsmen, NM has mastered the art of converting local Indian textures and textiles into exquisite finished products. These ahead-of-the-curve designs express a unique fusion of traditional crafts and contemporary haute couture which has become the signature factor behind the immense success of the label. (ANI-Newsvoir)