Aquaab Bridal is a contemporary and cutting-edge Indian fashion store created in collaboration with leading Indian designers. This February 1st, Aquaab Bridal brings to you WNW, weavers of bridal blockbusters all set to take Kollywood by storm by unveiling an exclusive bridal wear collection. WNW is a brand that sets the trend for Indian Ethnic Bridal Trousseau. Head Designer and Vice President of WNW Collection Mr. Harsh Varshan Bhotika was being the brainchild behind the launch. Along with Harsh Vardhan, we had Actress Bindu Madhavi to grace the grand occasion of the launch.
WNW offers a latest colour palette on one hand and traditional skilled craftsmen on the other hand hence crafting the dress you would love to wear on your “D-Day”. WNW, Known for its exquisite creations that incorporate avant-garde bespoke designs; the most intricate craftsmanship on materials that are simply the best that money can buy; WNW bridals are bold in their thought, content and presentation. Marriages may be made in heaven, goes the saying, but it is the WNW bridals that make them heavenly.
On the wedding day the bride is the center of attraction and the bridal lehenga the centerpiece. Grown in the cradle of the best craftsmanship in the country, Kolkata. With its exquisite and unique designs, developed by the in-house design team, each WNW lehenga is a work of art.
The WNW name, well known to the cognoscenti of India, with stores in Delhi and Kolkata, will now be available in Chennai exclusively in Aquaab Bridal . With a plenty of orders from Chennai and the rising demand of our outfits amongst our connoisseurs down south, we have now come closer to woo them in Chennai!
Dejhoor – the WNW line that paid tribute to the intricate fragility of Kashmiri art and Kashmiriyat at the India Fashion Week in 2019, earning huge applauds. The show-stopper Yami Gautam had the spectators amazed. The designs, the detailing, the craftsmanship, the grace, the flow, all added glitters to the collection’s kudos.
What makes the WNW collection stand out is the fact that it is not merely reflective of global bridal receptivity – the unique marriage of form and function, but is one that reflects the Indian sensibilities. The body may be gorgeous to the point of being eclectic, but the soul is definitely ‘desi’, creating a romance that is eternal.