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Rohini Gugnani presents Awadh Collection- Sharmila Tagore face of the collection on India Runway Week

3Designer Rohini Gugnani redefined the glory of Awadh era by showcasing her Autumn/winter collection in India Runway Week. Known for her Indian wear collection for women, this year she ripples in the fashion industry by introducing her Men’s wear collection for the first time in India Runway week.
Gugnani turned many heads, when Sharmila Tagore walked as the showstopper to represent the Nawabi style with elegance. “I am very humbled that Sharmila Tagore was the face of the collection as I was able to presented it through the royalty herself  and I believe no one else could do better justice with my Awadh creation like she did. The way she represents the Nawabi elegance and style is like the icing on the cake,”says Rohini Gugnani.

4Her collection inspired by Kanpur, Lucknow and Faizabad, showcase the Awadh Era in her designs. The collection also showcases colourful couture for brides and grooms as well as the for other wedding functions with embossed sharara, gharara, suits, sarees, lehengas and different lengths of anarkalis for women. The collection is stunning with gotta patti work, resham, kardana, zardosi, dabka, mukesh,sequence, pearl and chikankari. While for men are sherwani with salwar and achkans with  Jodhpur pants in brocade, king khwab, silk, velvet, raw silk enriched with intricate Awadhi embroideries. The collection revives the Awadhi style. A collection which conveys style, glamour and elegance in royal hues like red, green, blue, pink and golden. A collection that promises a grandiose perfect for wedding.

Rohini is a regular presenter at India Runway week and many other platforms, designer Rohini Gugnani has created a niche for herself in a short span of time. A fashionista to the core, she is ruling the fashion circuit in Delhi with her perfect aesthetics of design incorporated in her work. Her research and experiment with different inspiring artworks has imparted her couture a rich Indian heritage. Rohini has given a new meaning to traditional craftsmanship in a modern frame with her heavy embroideries and crystal work on Anarkalis. A mix of traditional and modern drapes in saris attract the modern brides. Her creations have been worn by Bollywood actress Sunny Leone, who donned a long high-collar neck full-sleeved black lace gown with trails designed by Rohini Gugnani during the 61st annual Film Fare Awards 2016.