Kamiar Rokni’s bridal collection “Golestān”, the Garden of Roses, represents a poetry of ideas. Drawing from Kamiar Rokni’s Persian heritage, “Golestān” explored the influence of Iran in Sub Continental design, playing with the diversity within femininity, from the modern to the classic, from softer to bolder expressions. “Golestān” also takes its title and creative interpretation from Persian poet Sa’adi’s magnum opus, presenting a collection as a confluence of many ideas but ultimately proposing a celebration of one’s individuality.

“Golestān” was based in rich velvets, organzas, jacquards, chiffons, handwoven silk trims with detailed silk and tissue nets, introducing multiple rich textiles within one outfit. The collection explored many silhouettes across a colour palette that channels rich, high contrast bursts to the softer, dreamier and more ethereal hues.

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