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We just brought you starry showstoppers from the bridal fashion event of the year.
Now we bring you a piece of the ramp action at the Aamby Valley India Bridal Week -- stunning designs by some of India's biggest names!
Anjalee and Arjun Kapoor officially got the proceedings started with their showing on Day One. Seen here is a gorgeous lehenga with encrusted bikini choli and a rather British feather headdress.
Next we have Surelee Joseph in a vibrant yellow drape embellished with silver encrusted embroidery.
Vikram Phadnis' collection was as regal as ever -- get a load of this exotic ensemble that effortlessly mixes deep blue, green, pink and pewter.
The designer sticks to the same colour scheme with a different silhouette -- a formal jacket worn over a swirling ghagara.
Nethra Raghuraman is at her supermodel best in this exquisite traditional-toned number.
Rocky S started off rather demure, with minimal bling -- check out Nicole Faria in this nude and pink sari affair.
Things take a bling-y turn with this all gold affair, accentuated by a red dupatta.
Rocky winds down with a stunning scarlet lehenga that is sure to be on any bride's wishlist.
Bhairavi Jaikishan started her line off with light pastels, which were a welcome change. Seen here is a simple lehenga fading from green to yellow.
Delicate and deep-hued, a mauve sari with gold sprays sets off an emerald blouse.
Florals come to the fore once more with this smooth pistachio and peach outfit.
Jewellery designer Queenie Singh had the Pantaloons Miss India winners sashay down the ramp for her, wearing outfits by Ramona Narang Rodella. Miss India-World 2011 Kanishtha Dhankar dazzled in a tiara, chunky neckpiece and wrist cuff.
Miss India-International 2011 Ankita Shorey, on the other hand, was dripping in pearls and diamonds.
Coming back to the clothing, Adarsh Gill opted for sohpisticated chic, like this classy gold and black sheer drape.
The designer offered up gorgeous ensembles like this corset and lehenga set, subdued and striking at the same time.
Gill's piece-de-resistance was definitely this outfit, with mesh detailing and heavy gold accents against red.
Jyotsna Tiwari proved less is more with this pleated delight, only minimal embroidery adorning its hem.
Tiered and fading from pastel to fuschia, a pink backless kalidaar makes a statement.
Shonal Rawat strikes a pose in a hot combination of pink and gold for Tiwari.
Looking alluring in a shade of nude dotted with delicate orange we have Deepti Gujral starting off Pallavi Jaikishan's collection.
And for those who prefer customary colour, we have this deep blush and shiny affair.
Neeta Lulla decided to explore new avenues with non-traditional shades, like this deep blue asymmetrical number modelled by Nicole.
Next we move to emerald green with this captivating emerald outfit styled like a sari, minus the pleats.
Lulla put a riot of citrus shades on display with this intricate, heavy lehenga.
Falguni and Shane Peacock got it right with this lightweight, swirling skirt that saw beige moving into deep crimson.
This sari was wispy and sheer, combining delicate peach with heavyduty silver.
Elements of white and minimal embroidery have this lehenga stand apart from the rest.
Veteran designer Tarun Tahiliani made his mark with a grand finale where each outfit was more breathtaking than the next. Here we have an unusual ivory lehenga with a loose blouse.
Candice Pinto struts her stuff in an ankle-grazing design replete with extensive pink sparkle.
And finally, we have Kabir Singh and Nethra in his 'n' hers bridal outfits for Tahiliani.