Sabyasachi Mukherjee Redefines His Bridal Collection, Goes For Colour Pop

'An Endless Summer' is a ready-to-wear take on bridal couture

Sabyasachi Mukherjee Redefines His Bridal Collection, Goes For Colour Pop

An Endless Summer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's new collection

Talk about bridal wear and Sabyasachi Mukherjee's bridal collection is sure to find a mention. For most brides, it's a dream come true to step into an important phase of life, dressed to perfection in a Sabyasachi bridal lehenga. Known for his attention to detail and his forte of showcasing traditional Indian crafts, our Bollywood beauties too never miss out on any opportunity to dress in a Sabyasachi creation - be it for one's own wedding (who can forget Anushka Sharma's delicate pink, floral bridal lehenga or Bipasha Basu's classic red lehenga with heavily embellished zari work) or while attending a friend's wedding (Alia Bhatt's neon green lehenga at Sonam Kapoor's wedding).

While for the longest time, Sabyasachi's designs have been classic and sophisticated, now with his new collection of bridal wear, he has redefined himself to showcase contemporary styles that's been winning major love on social media. Remember the vibrant, floral printed lehenga Karisma Kapoor wore for Sonam Kapoor's wedding ceremony? That was part of Sabyasachi's 'An Endless Summer' collection.

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Karisma Kapoor at Sonam Kapoor's wedding

On his official Instagram account, Sabyasachi introduced his collection as, "The marriage of heritage with contemporary style is what compels us to redefine our bridal wear, here at Sabyasachi. 'An Endless Summer' is a ready-to-wear take on bridal couture, where the clothes are lighter, brighter, minimalistic and sophisticated, embodying the spirit of the modern bride who believes in being effortlessly chic. Flushed cheeks, glossy lips, mirrored sunnies, untied hair and statement jewellery come together to create a look that is fresh, bold and extraordinary."

What one can evidently notice in Sayasachi's new collection is super contrasting, colour block outfits, "softened by accessorising the lehengas with diaphanous hand-printed dupattas". The standout floral prints further lend to its summer theme.

Colour pop is truly the flavour of the season and we are sure this trend is here to stay. If you have been looking for inspirations for your bridal wear and want contemporary designs, you know where to look!