Top-notch duo in the world of fashion, Falguni and Shane Peacock was seen introducing their latest couture collection at the India Couture week of 2020. Owing to the social distancing restrictions in the time of COVID-19 pandemic, the entire event was held digitally for the first time. They debuted their collection, centring around brides, in the form of a fashion film called ‘Spectacle Prive’ and had Shraddha Kapoor as their show stopper.
The actress looked extremely captivating as she carried out the bridal look as she posed in a bright red lehenga. Her dress also had work details which featured silk metal threads of fuschia pink and emerald green. The embroidery was done in gold and was accompanied by lots of crystals, bead sequins and stones.
The name of the new couture collection was ‘Marry Me in Jaipur’, which was majorly influenced by Jaipur i.e. the pink city and many of its aspects like heritage, culture, architecture and so on.
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'Spectacle Privé' takes viewers backstage, giving private access, to witness the intrinsic effort put into every aspect presented in each look. "We used this democratic, new platform to present our inspirations and to tell the stories of our design concepts and how couture comes to life for us. Join us on this journey, wherever in the world you are!” says Falguni Shane Peacock. . . Our showstopper Shraddha Kapoor @shraddhakapoor looks divine in a bridal red Lehenga for our first-ever digital fashion show. . . Hair & Make-up – @danielcbauer & @danielbaueracademy Jewellery partner – @archanaaggarwalofficial Location partner – @stregismumbai Celebrations partner – @greygoose Carpets – @cocoonfinerugs @falgunipeacock @shanepeacock . . Special thanks to – @shaleenanathani @aasthasharma @mohitrai @tanghavri . . . . #falgunishanepeacockindia #falgunishanepeacock #thepeacockmagazine #falgunipeacock #shanepeacock #fsp #icw2020 #decodingcouture
One of the most distinctive things about this fashion film was that the makers also displayed all the behind the scenes hard work that is required to make a fashion show happen, apart from showing the entire collection in a prestigious way on the stage.