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Mugdha Godse walks for Pria's Royal Rajputana
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Mar '10
Maharani Gayatri Devi's beauty and style is unparallel in the world of fashion. Little wonder therefore that Pria Kataria Puri's collection at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010 was called “The Royal Rajputana Collection”. It was resort haute couture from a designer who is known for her striking colourful creations.

Staying true to her muse, Pria's line of luxurious garments were in a rainbow of dazzling hues, that ranged from creamy pearl, smoky and golden topaz, aquamarine, turquoise, coral, red, emerald and onyx which were made from feminine flowing fabrics like silk, chiffon, tulle, satin, jersey and Egyptian cotton.

The look of the royal princess was reflected in the fusion silhouettes that ranged from shararas, anarkali kurtas, resort and formal gowns, kaftans, tunic dresses that were partial to empire line and emphasized shoulder detailing. Pleating and asymmetric hemlines and prints from Rajasthan royalty were highlighted with crystal and semi precious gems to create a 3D effect of necklaces, bracelets and brooches.

Drama was created with the bejeweled cholis, kaftans in varying lengths, minis with dolman sleeves in two tone fabrics, fish fin halter gowns with jeweled collars, one shoulder kaftans with pearl and crystals, an absolutely breathtaking turquoise will- power shimmering crystal gown, shaded orange printed kaftan and some very innovative sari gowns with intricate constructions and embellishments.

The models were decked in myriad rows of pearls that cascaded from their necks, while dazzling waist bands added to the beauty of the garments. The footwear was restricted to gold and silver stilettos which were a perfect match for the creations that spelt royalty all the way.
Show stopper Bollywood glam girl, Mughda Godse ended the show in a dazzling slim orange lehenga, choli and net dupatta,

Aimed at the NRI bridal and Middle East markets, Pria's “The Royal Rajputana Collection” will undoubtedly be a sellout with her loyal buyers.

Splendour in fashion can only be created by Pria Kataria Puri and her Gayatri Devi inspired collection will be the ultimate style statement for any woman.

Lakmé Fashion Week


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