New Delhi: Vogue Wedding Show 2018, the three-day luxury wedding exhibition curated by Vogue India, concluded on 5th August at the Taj Palace, New Delhi. With actor Kangana Ranaut as the face of the flagship property for 2018, the sixth edition of the Vogue Wedding Show featured some of the most premium and well-known category leaders and services from the Indian wedding industry.
Held in partnership with the Taj and supported by Forevermark, Johnnie Walker The Journey, Beyond Designs, and T&T Motors, the specially curated luxury event offered guests the opportunity to make selections for their dream wedding.
Apart from being the only place where attendees enjoyed personal meetings with India’s topmost wedding couture designers like Sabyasachi, Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahiliani, Anita Dongre, Shantanu & Nikhil, Gaurav Gupta, Rahul Mishra, Jade by Monica & Karishma, Falguni Shane Peacock, and Shyamal & Bhumika, the Vogue Wedding Show also gave guests the exclusive opportunity to meet with wedding specialists, India’s finest jewellers, trousseau gifting brands, décor experts, and wedding planners.
The attendees of the Vogue Wedding Show 2018 got the chance to attend exclusive masterclasses and interact with an enviable line-up of industry experts. These included a workshop on styling, where celebrity style mentor and Vogue India’s Fashion Director, Anaita Shroff Adajania, shared contemporary style tips and advice for brides and grooms. In her masterclass, skin-care specialist Dr. Harshna Bijlani gave tips about techniques to get that glowing, flawless skin. Make-up specialist Namrata Soni broke down facts and myths and instructed attendees on how to wear make-up that’s ideal for all kinds of bridal looks.
Celebrity hairstylist Rod Anker took guests through a step-by-step process underlining the need for personal and professional hair care, complete with an on-stage demonstration. Wellness professional Sumaya Dalmia suggested to brides-to-be on how to look and feel their best through fitness and healthy living whilst ace wedding planner Vandana Mohan advised brides and grooms on how they can plan a unique wedding and stand out from the crowd. Additionally, there were various other masterclasses on bespoke services including few by a coterie of experts from the Taj and Diageo.
Speaking about the Vogue Wedding Show, Priya Tanna, Editor-in-Chief, Vogue India, said, “Weddings in India are a celebration of love, the coming together of families and the beauty of tradition. Currently in its sixth year, the Vogue Wedding Show 2018 has become an integral part of the wedding industry. At our three-day long wedding showcase, we brought together a select gathering of experts, brands and services to help brides and grooms create the wedding of their dreams. With an enviable line-up of experts in styling, hair, make-up, nutrition and wellness, as well as leading designers and jewellers, the Vogue Wedding Show is a must-do on any bride’s and groom’s checklist.”