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Siddartha Tytler showcased his couture line, "Shan Shui" that consisted of contemporary gowns, lavish lehengas, cocktail dresses in classic jewel tones. In Chinese, Shan Shui refers to a style of art that involves painting of natural landscapes with brush and ink. There are three basic elements that make a painting wholesome - mountains, rivers and sometimes waterfalls.

Designer Siddartha Tytler's designs are known for their extra edge. Whether it's the structuring, layering or fine detailing, his garments make for striking India-modern pieces.

He showcased his couture line, "Shan Shui" that consisted of contemporary gowns, lavish lehengas, cocktail dresses in classic jewel tones. In Chinese, Shan Shui refers to a style of art that involves painting of natural landscapes with brush and ink. There are three basic elements that make a painting wholesome - mountains, rivers and sometimes waterfalls.

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For menswear, Tytler kept the glamour intact with his velvet sherwanis, embellished jackets and statement bandhgalas. Farhan Akhtar and Guru Randhawa turned showstoppers for the designer dressed in all-black ensembles.

Also read | Bold and beautiful: Day 5 of FDCI India Couture Week 2022

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The day ended with designer-duo Falguni and Shane Peacock's magnificent show titled, "Love Forever". Over the past few years, the Peacocks have emerged as the go-to-designers for the modern bride. Their designs are a celebration of Indian culture layered with contemporary opulence. With this couture outing, they showcased a variety of handcrafted voluminous skirts, veils detailed with feathers & crystals and immaculately crafted blouses. Actress Sara Ali Khan closed the show for the duo in a midnight blue lehenga.

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