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Wedding attire for millennials

When it comes to wedding attire, millennials may choose to break away from traditional norms and opt for something that reflects their personal style.

The charm of gold jewellery

Jewellery, especially the ones given at weddings, hold special meanings in their intricate designs. Each piece has its own story to tell. The olden ‘tikli’ (the forehead pendant that had the star and moon designs carved up in red rubies and whitish yellow ‘pukhraj’ or yellow sapphire stones) promotes prosperity, wealth, and marital bliss. The lover’s knot or ‘prem fash’ designed chain holds its meaning in the name. ‘Prem’ in Bengali is love, and ‘fash’ means a grip, so as the name suggests, it is a lover’s grip, a treasured design construed in a bangle or chain given to the beloved as a wedding-night gift.

Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW): Day three wraps up with a glamorous show

The first edition of Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 came to a graceful end on the evening of 8 October 2022, with the designers showcasing their creations for perhaps the most stylish eve of a wedding, the reception. The BWCW, presented by TRESemmé and driven by Mercedes-Benz, displayed outfits, jewellery, and accessories for the three major days of a wedding: holud, wedding, and reception.

Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW): Day two highlights wedding couture

Day two of Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW) presented by TRESemmé and driven by Mercedes-Benz brought to the spotlight everything the bride and groom needs to fill their wedding day with glamour, and to make them the centre of attention.

Revival of the Bangladeshi wedding fashion industry

The high-end local bridal and groom’s clothing industry is relatively new. Targeting a very niche consumer base, brands like Aarong and Mayasir, and shops at Mirpur Benaroshi Polli started bringing their wedding attire lines to the forefront, offering customers for the first-time, luxury wedding outfits that were completely local, if not a bit limited in their offerings.

Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW) highlights high-end wedding wear And local wedding services

The first-ever edition of Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW) gathers all cogs and wheels of the wedding industry under the same roof to highlight multiple local brands of products and services and essential roles in the season. BWCW aims to shift consumers' focus back to vendors and manufacturers working in the wedding market to make them thrive and innovate further in their crafts.

House of Ahmed welcomes the 2022 Wedding Season

House of Ahmed is all set to welcome this year’s “Dhaka wedding season” with exclusive bridal collection art pieces and festive wear. By putting their pristine designs as the core element in their collection, founders Tanzila Elma and Ahmed Tuhin Reza are ready to blast the doors off the wedding wear. Founded in 2019, House of Ahmed’s goal has always been promoting Bangladesh's hand-woven embroidery embedded in ethnic apparel artistry. They also brought the artisans under the limelight who have passed down the blessing of impeccable craftsmanship over generations and are responsible for the magic.

Do weddings need to be extravagant?

Weddings these days take on a variety of forms, themes, and sizes.

'Love is above all'

Clad in wedding garbs and the garlands they used in their wedding ceremony 18 years ago, a couple in Kaunia upazila of Rangpur celebrated their marriage anniversary, on Monday, in an exceptional manner and for a cause – to remove domestic violence from society.

December 25, 2022
December 25, 2022

Wedding attire for millennials

When it comes to wedding attire, millennials may choose to break away from traditional norms and opt for something that reflects their personal style.

December 12, 2022
December 12, 2022

The charm of gold jewellery

Jewellery, especially the ones given at weddings, hold special meanings in their intricate designs. Each piece has its own story to tell. The olden ‘tikli’ (the forehead pendant that had the star and moon designs carved up in red rubies and whitish yellow ‘pukhraj’ or yellow sapphire stones) promotes prosperity, wealth, and marital bliss. The lover’s knot or ‘prem fash’ designed chain holds its meaning in the name. ‘Prem’ in Bengali is love, and ‘fash’ means a grip, so as the name suggests, it is a lover’s grip, a treasured design construed in a bangle or chain given to the beloved as a wedding-night gift.

October 11, 2022
October 11, 2022

Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW): Day three wraps up with a glamorous show

The first edition of Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 came to a graceful end on the evening of 8 October 2022, with the designers showcasing their creations for perhaps the most stylish eve of a wedding, the reception. The BWCW, presented by TRESemmé and driven by Mercedes-Benz, displayed outfits, jewellery, and accessories for the three major days of a wedding: holud, wedding, and reception.

October 10, 2022
October 10, 2022

Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW): Day two highlights wedding couture

Day two of Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW) presented by TRESemmé and driven by Mercedes-Benz brought to the spotlight everything the bride and groom needs to fill their wedding day with glamour, and to make them the centre of attention.

October 10, 2022
October 10, 2022

Revival of the Bangladeshi wedding fashion industry

The high-end local bridal and groom’s clothing industry is relatively new. Targeting a very niche consumer base, brands like Aarong and Mayasir, and shops at Mirpur Benaroshi Polli started bringing their wedding attire lines to the forefront, offering customers for the first-time, luxury wedding outfits that were completely local, if not a bit limited in their offerings.

October 8, 2022
October 8, 2022

Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW) highlights high-end wedding wear And local wedding services

The first-ever edition of Bangladesh Wedding Couture Week 2022 (BWCW) gathers all cogs and wheels of the wedding industry under the same roof to highlight multiple local brands of products and services and essential roles in the season. BWCW aims to shift consumers' focus back to vendors and manufacturers working in the wedding market to make them thrive and innovate further in their crafts.

October 2, 2022
October 2, 2022

House of Ahmed welcomes the 2022 Wedding Season

House of Ahmed is all set to welcome this year’s “Dhaka wedding season” with exclusive bridal collection art pieces and festive wear. By putting their pristine designs as the core element in their collection, founders Tanzila Elma and Ahmed Tuhin Reza are ready to blast the doors off the wedding wear. Founded in 2019, House of Ahmed’s goal has always been promoting Bangladesh's hand-woven embroidery embedded in ethnic apparel artistry. They also brought the artisans under the limelight who have passed down the blessing of impeccable craftsmanship over generations and are responsible for the magic.

December 9, 2021
December 9, 2021

Do weddings need to be extravagant?

Weddings these days take on a variety of forms, themes, and sizes.

October 17, 2018
October 17, 2018

'Love is above all'

Clad in wedding garbs and the garlands they used in their wedding ceremony 18 years ago, a couple in Kaunia upazila of Rangpur celebrated their marriage anniversary, on Monday, in an exceptional manner and for a cause – to remove domestic violence from society.

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