The third and final day of PFDC L’Oréal Bridal Showcase was one that graced glittering bridals and dapper sherwani’s on the ramp. It was a day that saw the talents of MNR, Nickie Nina, Republic by Omar Farooq and HSY. Each of these design houses brought their heart and soul to the audience, as each collection was met with praise on all fronts! Scroll down to check out more! 


Chahar Bangh was a bridal collection that portrayed the designers admiration for Islamic art and architecture. For centuries, it’s been a symbol of heaven, and each bridal was a piece of ethereal beauty. Inspired by the Eastern culture and flora, MNR began day 3 with a bang! 

Nickie Nina: 

Gulabkaar by Nickie Nina was a poignant tribute to the valiant people of Kashmir. That’s something that we admired throughout, as the message to convey was empowering and relevant. Each piece was an amalgamation of cultures that celebrate the elegant beauty with dynamic colors and grace. Adding a hint of contemporary trends, each piece was complete with quality embellishments such as pearls, crystal and mirror work, all onto a palette of colors such as gold, silver, crimson and salmon. Hira Mani was their show stopper! 

Republic by Omar Farooq: 

Adamah by Omar Farooq was an array of dapper sherwani’s and suits that possessed the structure and symmetry of architectural construction. It was evident in each well stitched cut. 


Closing down the house with their new collection Empire was none other than HSY. Celebrating 25 years in fashion, they pulled out all the stops! The collection consisted of heavy and light bridals, with each piece being extremely elegant and timeless as well as old school in true HSY fashion! Unique motifs were at play, along with lighter and darker shades! Suffice it to say, HSY’s closing ended the showcase on a high note! 

There you have it guys! Until next year!