Model is wearing long kameez made of luxurious velvet in the shade of emerald green. The roomy silhouette is inspired by Kashmiri Phiran, and the embroidery across the neckline is done in decadent metallic thread and silken yarn fuses contemporary geometric patterns with lyrical floral vines. It is paired with a broad pajama with its end also adorned with lavish embroidery. The ensemble is accessorized with a diaphanous dupatta in bright vermillion red, featuring panels of festive gotta and finished with a broad floral border across all sides
Daneen is our red garnet hued Peshwas' signature MNR ensemble. Made of luxurious Indian silk, it features a collage of blockprinted patterns across the whole expanse of the skirt, and the sleeves feature contrasting accents. The whole garment is adorned with intricate handworked embellishments, giving it an eclectic flair. It is paired with a coordinated organza dupatta in a matching colour, adorned with block printed motifs and a gotta trim to give it a festive look.
Abeer is our Jaipur pink and Dhani green kameez pajama signature MNR ensemble. The shirt is cut out of luxe Italian silk adorned with metallic block print that is further embellished with golden adda work and sequins. The neckline is heavily embroidered in traditional mughal motifs with adda work and metallic trims line the hemline. The ensemble is completed with a traditional pajama made out of matching hued silk fabric, also featuring elegant blockprint and trims. It is paired with light dupatta in matching green with kacha tilla and heavy embroidered borders across all sides for a decadent look perfect for a summer wedding.
Minahil is our plush sky blue and pink hued kameez shalwar signature MNR ensemble. Crafted out of swish Indian silk, it features playful accents of chatta pati across the neckline along with panels of jamawar, motifs done with blockprint and further accentuated with hand embroidery in soft metallics. The coordinating dupatta features kacha tilla and complementing block printed motifs for a decadent look. The shalwar is also done in chattapati but in pastel shades and embellished with festive block print motifs, making it look like a delicious confection.
Nashmia is our tea pink hued Peshwas' signature MNR ensemble. The ensemble is layered with two kinds of silk, the top one is made of karandi silk with kacha tilla gilded patterns and the other below is denser Italian silk. The bodice features traditional North Indian patterned adda work and sweeping multi-headed embroidery vines. The panels of the skirt feature a melange of patterns and designs, making for an eclectic look that will never fail to catch attention. It is paired with a matching organza dupatta in the same shade, also decorated with katcha tilla borders.
Model is wearing short paneled kameez made of luscious velvet in shades of rose pink and garnet red. The shirt is adorned with stunning embroidery inspired by Kashmiri phirans and panels below featuring beautiful floral vases and vines. It is paired with a stunningly embroidered tulip shalwar of the same color. The ensemble is accessorized with a diaphanous dupatta featuring elegant florets and finished with gold trim across all sides
The model is wearing long kameez made of luxurious velvet in the shade of plum and rose pink. The roomy silhouette of the kameez is inspired by Kashmiri Phiran and is adorned with swathes of embroidery done in meticulous threadwork featuring rows forming beautiful panels and gorgeous peacocks. It is paired with a broad pajama with its hem also adorned with lavish embroidery. The ensemble is accessorized with a diaphanous dupatta in a dusty rose pink shade, featuring intricate block print of Mughal floral and latticework and finished with a broad floral border across all sides
Model is wearing our festive Peshwas ensemble done in majestic black onyx shade. The Body features elegant pink florals across the front and sleeves done in beautiful silken threadwork and metallic accents, featuring border of Mughal floral motifs embroidered along the hemline. The ensemble is accessorized with black diaphanous dupatta in matching shade embellished with coordinating floral motifs and Mughal jalli lattice pattern.
Tehreem wears Maala, immaculate hand rendered chikankari saari in a fresh coral tangerine hue. It is highlighted with a generous spray of hand stitched Mukesh and worn with a rawsilk blouse with gotta chevron pattern.