Gallery 2021 – Ridhima Manghani

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Ridhima Manghani

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This dress is inspired by the Jacaranda Tree Tunnel in Sydney, it takes you on a journey to escape your mind from this century’s contagious stress to a peaceful content soul. The magic lies in how the dress flows with ease entangled in feathers and flowers.

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Dress is made of champagne gold satin with faux turkey feathers.

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Strapless gown with circle skirt. The bottom skirt features a side slit.

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The longer skirt of the dress is detachable, which converts it to a cocktail dress.

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Wrap yourself in this delicate, yet extravagant gown, and feel ready to attend your special occasion!

Meet the Designer

Manghani, Ridhima

Ridhima Manghani

Delhi, India
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Growing up in the rich culture of India, I have always treasured traditional wear, including saris and lehengas, worn during Indian weddings and festivals. Having an emotional connection with fashion and the bridal industry, I studied at the London College of Fashion where I found inspiration that resonated deeply with evening wear from western cultures. For me, being a fashion designer means creating this amalgamation of two cultures that I adore, and fabricating delicate, hand-embellished, and beaded clothing lines for special occasions. FIT has supported me in finding and molding my designer aesthetics to achieve that sense of creativity.

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