Indianroots is an online shopping site with a range of apparel, home products and accessories by India’s best designers and craftsmen. Floated by NDTV, the venture serves as a platform to deliver ethnic wear aimed at the Indian diaspora in USA, UK, Canada, UAE, Australia, India and more. They organized a Google Hangout which was positioned as India’s first event virtual wedding show. It was a great opportunity to run all your wedding related errands from the comfort or your home sitting in front of your personal computer or laptop. The hangout brought together professionals from the field who are considered the best in the business and they became available on one platform to dole out some free professional advice.
There Was a Session on Bollywood Wedding Trends
The event was aimed at a global audience and held at 5 pm PST on the 15th of December which happened to be 6.30 in the morning in India of the next day, 16th December. A beauty workshop was the first program of the unique and innovative event. The workshop was conducted by celebrity make-up artist Anu Kaushik and skin specialist Dr. Varun Katyal. The session became even more exciting when trousseau specialist Neeta Lulla joined the hangout. Bollywood has great influence on the Indian fashion trends. Yash Raj Films has recently launched their own fashion venture Diva’ni and the girls behind the project joined the hangout to tell you all about the latest Bollywood wedding trends.
We are Sure to See Similar Events in Future
There was a short but sharp interview with the very beautiful and super quirky Masaba and the first session ended with the renowned fashion designer Sabyasachi joining the hangout. Mandira Bedi initiated the second session by talking from her personal experience and advising on how to strike a balance between work and marriage. She has become something of a role model as she has managed to sustain her career in television and films along with a successful marriage and a son. There were a couple of wedding bloggers from Delhi who highlighted the latest trends in Indian weddings. Ambika Pillai met with three young Indian brides to be and took their questions. Anita Dongre talked about her popular Jaipur bride concept. Rohit Bal joined the hangout in the end for the concluding session. The concept was a hit and we are sure to see similar events in the future.