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Popular Indian Wedding Designers
Popular Indian Wedding Designers
10 th Jul 2012

Many celebrities and stars have worn wedding clothes designed by India's biggest wedding designers. Some of the more popular designers include: - Tarun ThahilaMany celebrities and stars have worn wedding clothes designed by India's biggest wedding designers. Some of the more popular designers include: - Tarun Thahilani: One of the most famous designers especially for wedding clothes. He also designs the entire decor for Indian Weddings, including the Munjal Wedding and Sanjee Nanda's Sangeet. - Neeta Lulla: Popular designer who designs costumes for films. - Manish Malhotra: Famous fashion designer who also create costumes for Hindi movies. He has designed clothes for contemporary Hindi cinema's biggest actors and actresses including Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, etc. - Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla: The duo have been designing clothes together for over 25 years. Clientele includes the Bachchan's, Nita Ambani, Parmeshwar Godrej, the Mittals. - Rohit Bal: He is called “the Master of fabric and fantasy” and has designed extravagant outfits for both men and women. - Vikram Phadnis: He is strongly associated with Mumbai's film industry and provide clothes and “style” to movies stars. - Shantanu and Nikhil Mehra: The brothers create sophisticated and urban designs for both men and women. They have designed clothes for many film industry stars and New Delhi socialites. - Ritu Kumar: She played an important role in taking Indian designs international. She designs Western clothes and traditional Indian outfits. She introduced the trend of designers boutiques. - Karan Johar: He helped design the Bandhgala suit and blue sherwani worn by Irman Khan at his wedding. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Shop Indian Designer Bridal Collections at Strand of Silk

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