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Bride-to-be Radhika Merchant's gold sculpted dress used aerospace aluminum technology, took 30 artisans to complete outfit

Updated on: 17 June,2024 10:04 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Radhika Merchant's outfit for her Toga-themed wedding party combines technology with art to create a stunning 3D- gold sculpted couture

Bride-to-be Radhika Merchant's gold sculpted dress used aerospace aluminum technology, took 30 artisans to complete outfit

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Bride-to-be Radhika Merchant grabbed eyeballs with her stunning looks for her pre-wedding cruise party that concluded earlier this month. She along with her husband-to-be Anant Ambani and their families hosted a lavish cruise party with over 800 guests. The four-day cruise party had several theme parties and performances by international artists. 


Radhika Merchant embraced technology for her outfit for the Toga-theme party. On Sunday night, Rhea Kapoor who styled Radhika's outfit for the cruise party shared a detailed look at her gold-sculpted outfit for the Toga-themed party. 



The official handle of Grace Ling Couture took to social media to break down the outfit that was customized for the bride-to-be. 


"INTRODUCING GRACE LING COUTURE - For the Ambani Royal Wedding. This look is made for the bride-to-be, Radhika Merchant’s, Toga-themed wedding party.

The vision was a Royal Princess “draped” in fabric-effect, 3D-carved and sculpted out of Aerospace aluminum technology. Seemingly fluid and delicate, yet armoured. The new era of using technology in couture. Took 30 artisans to complete this to perfection. So honoured to be trusted with this dress for your special moment Radhika! You’re such a beautiful soul and I am sooo happy for you and Anant!!"

 
 
 
 
 
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About the wedding festivities

The Ambani's and Merchants hosted a four-day lavish pre-wedding celebration on a cruise earlier this month. Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s pre-wedding festivities commenced on a luxury cruise ship in Palermo, Italy. The ship had three pit stops - Rome, Cannes, and Portofino. The guests were welcomed with an extravagant lunch followed by a party in the evening, with the theme being ‘Starry Night’. The next day, guests were taken to Rome for a late-night party on the ship, followed by a black-tie event in Cannes on the weekend. The final leg of the celebrations was held at Portofino in Italy.

Meanwhile, the couple will tie the knot in Mumbai on July 12. The wedding festivities are meticulously planned, adhering to the traditional Hindu Vedic customs. The main ceremonies will commence on Friday, July 12, with the auspicious Shubh Vivah or wedding function. Guests are encouraged to embrace the spirit of the occasion by dressing in traditional Indian attire. The celebrations will continue on Saturday, July 13, with Shubh Aashirwad, where attendees will receive divine blessings. The final event, Mangal Utsav or the wedding reception, is scheduled for Sunday, July 14. For this grand occasion, guests have been asked to dress in 'Indian chic.'

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