Nida Azwer’s bridal collection titled “Anarkali” is inspired from the rich Mughal heritage of art and textiles, creating heirloom pieces with immaculate detailing. The collection consists of distinct designs for womenswear using rich jewel tones of rubies, sapphire, gold, and silver contrasted with blacks, browns and whites, with an option of pairing separates in multiple ways. Nida Azwer revives the age-old techniques of cuts and fine embroideries made in zardozi, marori, wasli, gota, kamdani, mirror work and fine silk threads and velvet work. Voluminous kalidars, anghrakas and peshwas have been paired with magnificent farshi ghararas, lenghas, izars, and chooridaars that are complimented with richly worked dupattas and chaddars. In this collection, Nida Azwer stays true to her love for miniature paintings and Mughal Architecture, which are finely intertwined with delicate florals.

Nida Azwer at PLBW ‘19

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