Exquisite work from Farah Khan fine jewelry!
A whole lot of craziness but the House of Boucheron‘s Crazy Jungle Hathi watch collection is undoubtedly an unforgettable piece of craftsmanship. This timepiece gets its moniker from the Hindi word for elephant (hathi) and is inspired by the ceremonial elephants used by Indian royalty back in the day.
A heartbreakingly beautiful bride in jaw-dropping outfits, gorgeous jewels, and flawless makeup looks and styling. LOVE at first sight!
Photography – Jesse Deol, JD Photo Studios \ Cinematography: 5K Films \ Makeup & styling – Pink Orchid Studio \ Bridal Henna - Iti Kalsi \ Clothes, jewelry, accessories – all custom designed from various sources in India.
A Mardi-Gras parade’s worth of bling catapults the “wow” factor of these pieces to 100 on a scale of one to ten. Picture that corset with a french chiffon sari for a cocktail evening or your pre-wedding celebration. Gorgeousness guaranteed.
Also from Dolce & Gabbana, a stunning corset encrusted with a treasure trove of crystals. Seen in recent magazine editorials and covers, the original doesn’t seem to be available but there is an extremely similar stretch-tulle bustier on Net-A-Porter for a whopping $13,760.
source: Net-a-Porter, Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue India.
Apart from the unsightly ‘sock marks’, all that shoe-bling in the Nina Ricci Fall 2012 Ready-To-Wear collection is stunning… and reminds me of fancy indian payals (anklets)!
Photography: Christina Diane Weddings; Event Design, all flowers & stationery: Anais Events; Venue: Hotel Monaco, San Francisco; Makeup & Hair: Le’Burget Salon; Bride and bridesmaid dresses: Priscilla of Boston; Groom’s Attire: Jos A Bank; Officiant: Ian Knight; Bridesmaid shoes: Steve Madden; Bride’s shoes: Badgley Mischka ; Bride’s headpiece & bracelet: Lucia Bella; Bride’s necklace: The Crystal Rose; Lace bolero: Alex Bridal on Etsy; Bridesmaid jewelry: HSN; Bridesmaid Flower Hair Piece: Miss Nancy.