The Best Groomswear Pieces Spotted On FDCI India Couture Week 2022 Runways

The Best Groomswear Pieces Spotted On FDCI India Couture Week 2022 Runways

We Gather The Best Occasion Wear Designs To Bookmark For Your Wedding.

ARTICLE BY : Nupur Sarvaiya


There’s so much to love about the just-concluded FDCI India Couture Week 2022. The showcase was replete with glitz and glamour and served as a window to this year’s wedding trends. The front rows, too, brought together the who’s who of the fashion and entertainment industries. With each show as talked about as the previous one, couture week delivered plenty of moments to remember. And it wasn’t limited to bridal wear. The runways displayed a gorgeous line-up of menswear pieces for the groom, groomsmen and the guests. This time, varied colour palettes, refreshed silhouettes and intricate embellishments had us swooning for the upcoming wedding season.
Below, check out the best groomswear looks from the FDCI India Couture Week 2022 shows.
Black Magic

Black will always have your back, proved the FDCI India Couture Week 2022 shows. Sherwanis to suits, we saw a roster of couturiers showcasing their takes on the classic colour. Kunal Rawal’s collection features several head-to-toe black looks, with unexpected embroideries and textures, like the sherwani sported by show-stopper Arjun Kapoor. The sharp suit from Falguni Shane Peacock’s ‘Love Forever’ edit saw French influences combined with Indian crafts. Farhan Akhtar played muse to Siddartha Tytler’s ‘Shan Shui’ collection, clad in a velvet sherwani with gold embroidery—a look we recommend for a sangeet. Former Khush cover star RajKummar Rao made a case for deconstruction and pattern making techniques, as he strutted down the runway as Anamika Khanna’s show-stopper in a black suit that every fashion-forward groom will appreciate.

Colour Story

Saturated shades in menswear continue to trend. At JJ Valaya’s ‘Alma’ showcase, solid jewel tones like emerald were anchored with ivories and beiges. Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna’s ‘Fibonacci’ range is built for the global Indian. The collection saw precise techniques meet unique tones. The teal kurta set paired with a bomber is one we are bookmarking for a cocktail party. Along with crimson lehengas and saris, Suneet Varma presented striking red sherwanis as part of his ‘Sitara’ collection, which saw a mix of traditional motifs and abstract artworks enhanced by age-old crafts of India.
Pastels Please
Powder blues, blush pinks, ivories, greys and pistachios with a masculine vibe appeared in collections far and wide. Tarun Tahiliani may just take the mantle. The veteran couturier’s collection, dipped in pastel hues, brought the magic of the finest embroidery techniques such as the chikankari, pichwai and kashida to life. With 'New Leaf', Varun Bahl explored menswear with vigour, crafts as well as floral motifs. Anju Modi, too, dabbled with a subtle take on blooms as seen on Nehru jackets with ‘The Road less travelled’ line.

Tags : India Couture Week  Best Grooms Couture  FDCI  Indian Groom Fashion 
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