There is a reason we start every week with wedding day fashion. There is beauty, there is inspiration, there is utter style and it’s all we need to get set for a week of weddings. Today, we meet Melbourne wedding designer Shehzarin Batha Couture.
Shehzarin, who has studied at Melbourne’s own RMIT, as well as London’s College of Fashion has been designing beautiful wedding gowns since 2009. With an emphasis on couture techniques, and turning each gown into not just a gown but a work of art, the debut of “Metamorpshis” echos the own rebirth, after the mess of 2020, for the brand.
“While we have created this collection to inspire and bring hope to brides all over Australia, it is in fact, the brides themselves who inspired us in the first place” tells the designer, who has created a collection of 14 beautiful gowns, that honour the fashion-forward design sense she evokes into every piece of her work.
“Meika” effortlessly marries classic and modern style, with an a-line skirt and high mandarin neckline. “Lennon” of heavy Dublin crepe features modern, on-trend cut out detail. While another you need to see, “Maiya” has off the shoulder, billowing sleeve detail with a beautiful Watteau train. We’re not just talking classic white here either, one of my favourites, the “Mango Clais” is, as the name suggests a brilliant mango toned mikado. The origami-style bow on the back an utter showstopper.
Each gown, from the Shahzain design house, is made to measure to its wearer’s own measurements and style, allowing the brand to provide their own signature one of a kind experience, that truly is personal to you.