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Shining Mirror: An Old Fashion in New Style

As she walked the ramp, her attire glittered in a 1000 mega watt and there was a standing ovation for her. Kareena Kapoor Khan walked the ramp for Manish Malhotra in a grey ensemble with tie-n-dye in shades of red wine and heavy mirror work at the Grand Finale of Lakme Fashion Week. High on gloss, shimmer and mirror work, Manish Malhotras collection was curated for events where brides can experiment and have lots of fun with their attires.

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Same sparkling effect repeated when Tamannaah Bhatia walked the ramp for designer Payal Singhal at Lakme Fashion Week 2015. The actress wore a golden embroidered lehenga, rich with mirror work.

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Actress Soha Ali Khan graced ramp in green lehenga with mirror embellished long jacket blouse for Arpita Mehta’s Talent Box at Lakme Fashion Week.

These are just a few examples for an age old work used to embellish attires. Read on for more detail:

Sku Code: 97-4654LL918907, Price: $248
Sku Code: 97-4654LL918907, Price: $248

All the leading fashion designers of recent date are innovating interesting options for the designing of attires. Using tons of mirrors with different techniques is one of them. You must be aware of the fact that mirror work is long practiced technique and also traditional work of Gujarat, India.

This designing technique has been exclusively used for the attires as well as accessories for a long time. In recent times, the Indian designers and even a few western designers are making the use of mirrors for their ready to wear line of collection.

In addition, the methods in which mirror is applied to decorate the attires is contemporary in nature. Many of the Indian designers have also given an absolute makeover to this form of style. The mirror work is traced back to 17th century in Iran and it is said to be brought to India through various travellers during the era of Mughals.

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Indian designers like Payal Singhal, Abraham & Thakore, Abu & Sandeep, Malini Ramani, Arpita Mehta and Manish Arora are giving this work a new style with different innovations in their line of collection and rather its extensive use is a new phenomenon in the fashion world.

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