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Making bridal wear a serious affair

DNAHM84645 | 4/23/2015 | Author : after hrs correspondent | WC :247

City-based institute launches bridal wear designing course and takes designing to a whole new level

Indian wedding are all about glitterati decorations and colorful costumes. The wedding rituals and clothes are an important part of the wedding and make the day special for the bride and the groom. Keeping up the demand of the times, the Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID) launched the ‘Bridal Wear Designing Course’ on April 22.
“Indian fashion is a huge ocean and there is so much to explore and learn about our fashion. This course emphasizes on ethnic wear, famous designers and artisans. Famous designer Digvijay Singh will mentor the students too,”’ said Pankaj Patel, dean, UID.
The Indian wedding fashion is unlike any other as one can get creative with colours, textures, fabrics and can play with styles and cuts from tradi
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