Tarun Tahiliani opened the sixth edition of BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 with his collection ‘Modern Mughals’ Topping the charts with a magical collection of haute couture, the emperor of drapes, Tarun stunned many with his unconventional and edgy approach of showcasing bridal wear in black, and in a pastoral assortment of pinks, beiges, burnt orange and noir. Extensive layering and long trains were inculcated, sheer silks, reshams and tullé made the ensemble lighter, giving ease of movement. The TT signatured dhoti pants, patiala’s, amour choli’s and vest coats remarkably dazzled on its way down the ramp. The traditional maangtika was modified into a Mohawk that added a dash of power to the whole look. The ‘planter’s chair cannage weave jacket’ drew in the thunderous claps followed by the ostrich feather saree, concept sari and the hybrid dhoti-saree. Tarun’s contemporary Mughal bride was dressed in an orange lehenga choli with intricate gold work. Tarun’s global conventional men flaunted golds, pistachio, deep oranges in form of suits and sherwanis.