Types of Chocolate Hearts for Wedding Favours

Here are a few of the greatest types of personalised chocolate hearts;

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Wedding favours using the picture produced in it of the pair may be the preferred and most intimate choice among partners. You will get your image or perhaps a logo printed on the 2.75″ pleasant bit of premium milk chocolate with edible ink. In the wedding while spreading the concept of love, partners show gratitude towards their friends with this kind of impressive choice. That is one method to create your wedding a occasion for everybody attending.

2. Candy Image Center in Organza Bag

Enjoy the marriage not only having a unique wedding favour but having an additional fabric bag. Fabric bags are elegant, smooth, little bags with matching silk strings. These are specifically made to support a 2.75″ candy picture center handle. Fabric bags are clear so that the couple’s picture is seen around the handle. The visitors leave not only having a disposable benefit but having a small case that they’ll cherish to get a very long time.

3. Candy-coated mini-center gourmet snacks can be found in metallic silver and gold or different shades. Merchants utilize chocolates or the best dairy to organize these delicious treats. These sweets are little in dimensions and so you should use both perhaps a velvet bag, silk or an organza /mini-bag to support a number of gourmet treats. As the taste buds of the visitors might please in the wedding, the silk or fabric bags could stick with them to get a very long time. Ladies are specially pleased to receive such bags.

Additional wedding favours include heart-shaped premium gourmet treats which are somewhat larger than small hearts. These are carefully full of various coloured foils, for example red, hot pink, copper, brown, baby purple and pink. Partners can choose colours that match the marriage theme.

Marriage ceremonies are in an eternity events and so lots of thought must get into each facet of the function. Perform online research or find tips to obtain the best store for personalized party favours.

BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2020: Tarun Tahiliani

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Aptly named ‘Our New Eclectic World’, the collection presented by Tarun Tahiliani at BMW India Bridal Fashion Week includes feminine silhouettes created through light-weight fabric layered gowns, lehengas and sarees. This collection brings a Western touch to Tahiliani’s designs, giving them a modern and elegant affect.

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Combining ancient Indian artistry with the latest fashion trends and techniques, Tahiliani describes the collection as ‘A visceral blend of classic draping, poetic construction, opulent textiles and intricate embellishments. There is a need for an intelligent and seamless fusion of our past and present.’ And how right he is! The designs in this collection are collectibles and can be worn now and in years to come.

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This collection is perfect for the modern bride who wants a traditional touch in her outfits. Taking into account that this collection has been in the creation process for over a year, and that it includes Indian and French embroidery techniques, the craftsmanship is one of a kind. A master dream-weaver, Tarun Tahiliani brings a woman’s fashion dreams to life through his decadent designs, and as Tahiliani says, ‘Real luxury is when you indulge purely for yourself’.

Photo Credits: BMW India Bridal Fashion Week

Written by Neha Oberoi

Originally fNeha Oberoirom Canada, Neha is a London based fashion and travel blogger. Business woman by day and blogger by night, Neha loves to analyze and has a flair for spotting upcoming fashion trends. You can see what inspires Neha and her latest outfits on her Blog; for daily fashion updates you can follow her on Instagram; or say hi on Facebook and Twitter.

Lakme Fashion Week Grand Finale: Gaurav Gupta

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In a spectacular grand finale to Lakme Fashion Week, designer Gaurav Gupta presented his futuristic collection in celebration of his 10-year journey in fashion.

Sculpted and draped to perfection, this collection features figure flattering dresses perfect for red carpet glamour. Sleek and sexy with a strong sari inspiration are the best ways to describe this collection. Gupta uses strong colours of white, black, grey and red to create a feminine silhouette.

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Show stopper Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor stunned in a grogeous figure hugging black dress with a mermaid style skirt. Gupta’s creativity continues to wow as we see more and more of his amazing work!

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Written by Neha Oberoi

Originally fNeha Oberoirom Canada, Neha is a London based fashion and travel blogger. Business woman by day and blogger by night, Neha loves to analyze and has a flair for spotting upcoming fashion trends. You can see what inspires Neha and her latest outfits on her Blog; for daily fashion updates you can follow her on Instagram; or say hi on Facebook and Twitter.

Boucheron’s Bleu de Jodhpur

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The renowned French jewelers Boucheron, have given the world first glimpse of it’s new Indian inspired collection, in preparation for its big reveal at Paris Haute Couture Week. Paying homage to jewellery house’ historic ties with India, the High Jewellery collection is a mix of Edwardian glamour and Indian luxury.

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It was in India in 1909 that Louis Boucheron, son of the house’s founder Frederic, purchased the Kashmir cabochon sapphire that would become a Boucheron hallmark. And it was the Maharaja of Patiala, who in 1928 arrived at Place Vendôme, bringing with him a treasure haul of over 7,000 diamonds and 1,500 emeralds, and placed the largest ever private commission with Boucheron, which set these stones into 149 beautiful designs.

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The new collection, titled Bleu de Jodhpur, are steeped in the history and culture of India, comprising 100 exquisite pieces. The Jodhpur Necklace, the collections standout piece, contains a mix of diamonds and, believe it or not, marble! A truly inventive piece of design.

Here is a rundown of the main four components of the collection.

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Mehndi

The Mehndi set celebrates the elegance, delicacy and legendary beauty of the Rajput woman. The Mehndi jewelry set has been created in the purest jewelry tradition. The delicate openwork motifs are finely put together for an airy result where the metal seems to disappear.

In 1878, Frédéric Boucheron created a sumptuous diamond bracelet, featuring the distinctive Indian drop motif and embellished with a superb garland of natural pearls.

In 1905, the Maharaja of Kapurthala commissioned an aigrette-feather adornment for his turban; the Paisley design held in its center a 22-carat briolette cut diamond. The brooch-necklace follow the great Boucheron tradition of multiwear jewellery.

To accentuate the poetic charm of the Mehndi, which is by nature ephemeral, BOUCHERON has imagined an eternal tattoo.

The Magician of Stones has chosen the most enduring, strong and precious of all gemstones; the diamond. The brooch-necklace is thus entirely set with diamonds.

How to create a brooch that is both generous in dimension and yet light as a feather? Craft a jewel that transforms into a necklace, delicately deploying its lace-like foliage around the neckline? Once again, here is a challenge fit for the Maison’s Hands of Light.

To obtain the effect of diamond embroidery, the artisans of dreams have surrounded the center stones with open-work motifs.

At once artistic and jewelry work, necklace or brooch, the Mehndi jewelry set looks bold in any occasion.

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Nagaur

A talisman necklace, Nagaur is inspired by the fortress city, a miracle set in the middle of the Thar Desert which walls protect delicate palaces, enchanting pavilions and gardens bathed in sunlight, the dazzling brightness expressed in jewelry.

Like a precious memory, the Maison has brought back a bit of Rajasthan in the form of some grains of sand from the Thar desert. They are forever set in Nagaur, in the rock crystal.

The Creative Studio was inspired by the ceremonial necklaces of the Great Mughal emperors’ golden era, illustrating to the opulence and magnificence of the Rajput princes.

The Maison calls upon the traditional motifs and materials used for these creations, particularly gold, a sacred metal in India, diamonds and pearls. The addition of rock crystal gives bold modernity to the stylised contours of the Ahhichatragarh citadel.

The diamonds incrusted in the rock crystal symbolize the flowers that grow in the desert. The Artisan made himself sculptor to endiamond the necklace’s motif with an extreme precision.

The Nagaur necklace uses the traditional silk thread stringing technique. One by one, each pearl is added onto a strand and small gold and diamond cylinders are interspersed, enhancing the suppleness of the multiple-row necklace. A ring of light featuring three diamond–set attachments gathers the necklace to its central motif. The motif is adorned with stylized diamond arabesque patterns that represent the flowers of the desert. The symmetrical composition is structured around a water feature, symbolized by a 2 carat cushion cut diamond.

There are seven rows of pearls, the number being a sacred one in India. Seven or “saptan” in Sanskrit is a powerful symbol with many significations, in particular that of infinite plurality. It is a foundation of the Hindu universe: 7 spheres of the earth, 7 seas, 7 states of consciousness, 7 subtle energies etc.
A wedding is blessed if the spouses circle a fire 7 times ; they will be united for 7 lives.

 

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Fleur de Lotus

The richness set lies in the talent of the stone seeker who obtained a tourmaline, rubellites and spessartite garnets. Associated in a gradation of colors, they perfectly imitate the lotus petals.

The Maison was inspired by the artistic movement “Garden & Cosmos” and celebrates the richness of two distinct painting styles that originated in Jodhpur and were commissioned by three generations of Maharajas from the 17th to the 19th century.

Among the colors selected for the Fleur de Lotus set, the stone seeker has sourced an intensely pink tourmaline that seems to have escaped from one of the royal paintings of Jodhpur.

The Hands of Light have meticulously worked each detail of the central motif for the flower to come to life.

The savoir-faire of the artisans is expressed in the volume of the flower, which is not frozen but expresses liveliness. As always, Nature is triumphant at Boucheron.

The Fleur de Lotus set is the only one of the collection to be mounted on pink gold. Indeed, it perfectly matches the sand, peach –orange and pink shades of the stones, bringing them light and energy.

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Jodhpur

The Jodhpur necklace is directly inspired by a necklace that was part of the most fabulous order ever made on the Place Vendôme – the Maharaja of Patiala’s commission in 1928 .
BOUCHERON created this necklace inspired by traditional Mughal jewelry: the structure is symmetrical.
The jewel is as precious on the back as it is on the front. Its “secret” side is exclusively destined for the pleasure of its owner.

To create the Jodhpur necklace, the Magician of Stones selected the most precious and sought-after Makrana marble, extracted from the Jodhpur quarry…the same milky white stone that was used in 1631 to build the fabulous Taj Mahal.
The diamond that is set on the central motif of the necklace has been chosen for its kite shape and its ideal proportions

The Jodhpur necklace is crafted following the great tradition of Indian prince’s jewelry, with a richly adorned underside.

The Maison included this feature to make the jewel perfectly reversible, paying homage to its tradition of multiple-wear pieces. Familiar with the excellence of creating jewels that are as beautiful on the back as they are on the front, the Hands of Light rose to the challenge of making a piece that was both imposing and supple, light and comfortable to wear.

For this Jodhpur-inspired theme, the Maison celebrates the spirit of the city rather than its figurative representation.

On the reverse side of the necklace, an enchanting light twinkles and plays on the impressionist composition of blue and white houses – the exquisite work of jewelry inlay expresses the enduring memory and wonder of Jodhpur. Its front is an ode to the pure lines and radiance of its immaculate marble palaces.

Also among the 60 pieces being showcased in Paris are the Aigle de Jodhpur brooch, crafted from white gold, marble and diamonds; the Tiger ring containing a 12-carat Burmese ruby; the Jodhpur Eagle ring made with a stonking 21-carat tanzanite, and a brooch featuring an emerald which once sat in a maharaja’s belt buckle. For now though Boucheron is keeping these and its other creations safely under heavily-guarded wraps.

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BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2020: JJ Valaya

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Known for extravagance, JJ Valaya kept to his name with his show at BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015. Named ‘The Bolshoi Bazaar’, and inspired by the architecture of Moscow, this show featured stunning bridal and party wear in tones of red, blue and gold with intricately panelled embroidery. Gorgeous head dresses ruled the runway emphasized with pearls, tassles, beads and long draped scarves.

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Taking inspiration from different countries is what influences Valaya’s collections. Along with gorgeous embroidery, his designs incorporate digital printing and appliqué on a variety of silk fabrics. JJ Valaya’s collections are made for the bride who loves extravagance and bit of drama in her attire.

Photo Credits: BMW India Bridal Fashion Week, JJ Valaya

Written by Neha Oberoi

Originally fNeha Oberoirom Canada, Neha is a London based fashion and travel blogger. Business woman by day and blogger by night, Neha loves to analyze and has a flair for spotting upcoming fashion trends. You can see what inspires Neha and her latest outfits on her Blog; for daily fashion updates you can follow her on Instagram; or say hi on Facebook and Twitter.

Top 10 Honeymoon Destinations

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A gorgeous honeymoon to top off that amazing wedding is the perfect way to start off your happily ever after. Below are our picks of the top 10 honeymoon destinations for you and your special someone.

1. Koh Samui, Thailand

A tropical island with gorgeous palm tree lined beaches, Koh Samui is a dream like destination with stunning resorts, luxury private villas, and gorgeous bungalows. This is the perfect place to relax on the beach after the hectic wedding festivities; or if you prefer a bit of adventure go snorkelling and see the vibrant marine life, go zip-lining in the rainforest, or hiking in the tropical jungle.

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Lower swimming pool at Villa 2 of Sangsuri private resort, North Chaweng, Koh Samui, Thailand2. Cape Town, South Africa

One of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, Cape Town is known for its harbour and as the best place in the world to visit by The New York Times in 2014. The dry, warm summers at Cape Town last from December to March and is the perfect destination for the active couple to take advantage of the vast open space by going hiking or mountain-biking, paragliding off of Lion’s Head, and abseiling off of Table Top Mountain.

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cape-town3. Maldives

A tropical paradise, the Maldives is perfect for an intimate and romantic honeymoon. The secluded islands feature white sand beaches and a crystal clear warm sea with near perfect weather all year round. Be sure to see the well known sea of stars with your sweetie to top off your perfect honeymoon.

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maldives4. Positano, Italy

A beautiful village on the Amalfi Coast, Positano features cascading houses over the mountain in sun-bleached pink, peach and terracotta colours. With a deep history of fashion, this quaint village is perfect for a quiet and romantic honeymoon.

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poistano-45. Kerala, India

Known for its famous back waters, Kerala features stunning boat houses and spice and tea covered mountains. This picturesque destination known as ‘God’s Own Country’ is perfect for relaxation and sight-seeing. Plus you get to indulge in flavour rich food and stunning views you’ll remember and dream of forever.

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kerala56. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Surrounded by a stunning turquoise lagoon, Bora Bora is a luxury honeymoon destination synonymous for its over water bungalows. This secluded paradise is the perfect place to unwind in a lush and romantic atmosphere and that much need R&R after the hectic wedding.

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borabora37. Santorini, Greece

Fall in love as soon as you set your eyes on the white washed houses and blue domed churches overlooking the gorgeous sea. Visit the never ending vineyards in the day, and watch the sunset reflect off the houses creating a spectacular red and orange glow in the evenings. Relax on the multicoloured sandy beaches or go boating for a completely romantic honeymoon.

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santorini28. Lake Louise, Canada

Known for its turquoise tinted lake surrounded by gorgeous mountains, Lake Louise is the perfect destination for couples who prefer a cooler climate. With an average high of 20C in the summers, and -5C in the winters, this is the ideal place to go skiing or hiking during the day, and relaxing with your sweetheart in front of the fireplace during the evening.

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With gorgeous mountains and beautiful beaches, the scenery in Bali is like something out of a dream. The natural beauty of this exotic island mesmerises the visitor through its lush nature, colourful ceremonies, and warm and welcoming people. Bali is the perfect place to relax while enjoying a rich and generous culture in beautiful surroundings.

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With gorgeous weather and beaches, a great live music scene, and a vibrant night life, Aruba is perfect for a little bit of everything. This island country is all about sun and fun offering both land and water activities to keep you busy during the day, and casinos, night clubs and restaurants during the evenings.

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Written by Neha Oberoi

Originally fNeha Oberoirom Canada, Neha is a London based fashion and travel blogger. Business woman by day and blogger by night, Neha loves to analyze and has a flair for spotting upcoming fashion trends. You can see what inspires Neha and her latest outfits on her Blog; for daily fashion updates you can follow her on Instagram; or say hi on Facebook and Twitter.

Roger Smith: The Story of a Luxury Watch Maker

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Situated in the Irish sea, the Isle of Man is a small and unassuming Crown Dependency, nestled between Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland, it’s this tiny bastion of Norse-Gaelic culture that is home to one of the finest horologists in the world – Roger Smith. He works away amid the tranquility of the countryside, in a cottage which has been converted into a miniature mechanical wonderland, designing some of the worlds most exquisite, and most expensive, watches. It’s an unusual setting for an unusual job, and I got the chance to chat with Roger about his work.

Roger made his first steps into the world of watchmaking when he took up a course at the British School of Horology in Manchester, he explains “It was a course which taught people how to repair clocks and watches. I heard about it through my father, who was interested in taking this course as a part-time hobby. It was as simple as that really, I heard about the course, found it interesting, and as someone who’s always been very practical, I took to it like a duck to water.”

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In 1989, soon after completing his course in Manchester, Roger worked under the tutelage of the legendary George Daniels, a horologist who was regarded as one the world’s greatest watchmakers, up until his death in 2011. One of few men to build watches completely by hand, Daniels’ most famous invention was the coaxial escapement, which allowed watches to be built without lubricant. It was Roger’s time spent with this pioneer that sealed his destiny for a career in horology.

Now confident enough to set up shop on his own, Roger launched his company R. W. Smith Watches officially in 2001. With the Isle of Man now his home, he converted his cottage into a fully functioning workshop, and gathered together a small team. To this day Roger and his team produce just 10 watches per year, due primarily to the intricate methodology he employs in creating each design. “It starts with me designing the watch and that’s something which is very different with my company” he says “because I act as both designer and maker, which today in the industry is rarely heard of, and this was an approach which was started by George Daniels in the late 1960’s. He made his first watch by hand, and it’s a way of doing things that I found very exciting. So, I will start off with designing the dial and the hands, and then the case, which are the most important features of a watch. Once I’m happy with the balance and the aesthetics of that, then I will start to design the mechanism which provides the information for the dial. This can be a very long and drawn out process. To give an example, the new watch has to date taken four years to refine and improve, it’s a massive undertaking.”

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An R. W. Smith watch is defined by its aesthetics, mechanical gems of absolute beauty, and Roger sources his inspirations from two very specific places “my inspirations come from watches I see everyday” he explains “but also, I take a look back at the great history we have in Britain. Without doubt we’ve got one the most enviable horological histories in the world, and there’s tons of inspiration to be found there. If you plan to build on anything you have to look back to see what has gone before you, so that’s a particularly special area of inspiration for me. Basically, horology is a very complex field and it involves everything from mechanics to aesthetics.”

After 15 years, R. W. Smith is coming out with a special range of watches, which will be launched in November, as Roger told me “that’s quite a big thing for such a tiny manufacturer.” Sadly he could not divulge anymore than that, so we will have to wait and see what creations he has come up with.

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The distinct charms of a traditional mechanical watch show no signs of dwindling, and Roger Smith is a man leading the charge for quality and true craftsmanship in the field.

By Ben Mirza

BENMIRZATITLEBen is the Editor of the Think Shaadi blog. Aside from that he is a freelance blogger, photographer, web designer and copy-writer. He has written for numerous print and digital magazines across the world, and worked with a variety of clients in the arts and lifestyle sector. You can find out more about Ben by visiting his website benmirza.com.

 

 

 

Photos of Roger courtesy of R. W. Watches, all other photos are sourced from Google and belong to their owners respectively.

ThinkShaadi Highlights: Vogue Wedding Show 2015

The Vogue Wedding Show 2015 took place at the Taj Palace Hotel on August 7th. A three day, invitation-only event, it saw the Crème de la Crème of the luxury industry, from designers to wedding planners, converge.

We at Think Shaadi were on the ground from the first day, getting a first hand account of all the amazing designs, masterclasses and conversations on offer.

Here are our highlights captured beautifully by ThinkShaadi Partner Stories by Joseph Radhik xx

 

 

Doli Diaries with Nargis Fakhri

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A Think Shaadi event, Este Couture recently hosted a tête à tête with Bollywood actress Nargis Fakhri. Wearing a gorgeous Priyal Prakash lehenga from Este Couture, stunning jewellery from Deeya Jewellery, and beautiful hair and make-up by Ambreen Make-up Artist, the discussions ranged from Nargis’ fashion inspiration, skin care tips, staying fit, and what her future wedding and hen do would be like!

Working with Think Shaadi’s partners, the event featured fabulous floral arrangements by Neil Strain, beautifully scented candles by Tara Sofia, and candles by Essential Couture. Think Shaadi also worked alongside media partners RR Public Relations to cover this amazing event.

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Desi Rascals stars Jo and Natalie Shah also stopped by the event and took in one of the major highlights, the Openbooth -a fantastic photography experience for a great souvenir!

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You’ll be able to catch more of the event, including the interviews, on Think Shaadi’s YouTube channel.

Written by Neha Oberoi

Originally fNeha Oberoirom Canada, Neha is a London based fashion and travel blogger. Business woman by day and blogger by night, Neha loves to analyze and has a flair for spotting upcoming fashion trends. You can see what inspires Neha and her latest outfits on her Blog; for daily fashion updates you can follow her on Instagram; or say hi on Facebook and Twitter.

Jenny Packham’s 2016 Bridal Collection

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Inspired by the work of England’s greatest playwright William Shakespeare, Jenny Packham’s latest collection draws inspiration from one of the bards most familiar works ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Ethereal and feminine are the two words which sum up this collection, with its flurry of delicate florals, complimented by flowing fabrics of luxurious silks and satin’s.

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Evoking that fairytale world of Shakespeare’s magical play, there is a genuine elegance to this collection, fusing elements of the English countryside, the literary and indeed Elizabethan world, Jenny Packham has stuck gold once more.

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Silhouettes and beautiful contours remain a strong feature in this collection, with many of the designs floating in a princess like manner, however there are close cut mermaid shapes and tiny shifts, which adds the element of sartorial variety to the collection.

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Igniting thoughts of dreamy woodlands, where the sun pierces through the lush green branches of the trees, Jenny Packham truly let her imagination run wild. Embellishments ranged from ebullient rosy bundles of feathers at the waist, with another that includes an understated sheath, and cape featuring pastel floral embellishments at the neckline.

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Keeping with embellishments, others include oversized camellia flowers which accent the simpler silhouettes, adding an amazingly whimsical feel. The palette befits the theme perfectly, with a gorgeous mix of white, creams, gold and more pastel colours.

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This marvelous collection, with its simply gorgeous style is one of the finest of the new seasons.