Beautiful, Sustainable & Eco-Conscious Wedding Dresses

Sanyukta feels very strongly that beautiful design shouldn't harm environmental surroundings or its inhabitants so she works incredibly thoughtfully to produce luxurious yet sustainable products. She uses amazing fabrics, including vegan options, and she or he also supports the communities that produce the fabrics themselves.

"With many celebrities wearing our designs, our brand is certainly going from strength to strength, attracting women all across the globe. My desire has always been to produce a design that defines the personality of the woman who wears it to ensure that she is empowered and cherishes every moment she wears my design without hurting our planet. Compassion may be the only way we can connect people from heart to heart making the world a much better place. I believe ethics and fashion is going hand in hand. Every part of my brand embodies fair fashion."

Why are you so enthusiastic about using organic and sustainably sourced materials?

"The environment and also the future of our world are very important in my experience and I want individuals to be aware that luxury and sustainability aren't two separate industries. To me, luxury clothing is all about elegance, fit, and just how it feels against the skin and that beauty only comes through CARE – take care of people, take care of the planet and take care of customers. I refer to it as a wheel of luxury entwined with sustainability."

Do you often design having a certain kind of bride in your mind?

"As no two women are identical, no two wedding dresses within our collection are identical. My designs are a tribute to each woman, for that sense of freedom is entwined with comfort through the collection the industry celebration of the personalities, their lifestyles, and above anything, their individuality. And this is my signature style – to celebrate individuality with elegance and comfort."

What are the design influences at this time?

"I think color could be more present in wedding gowns. London is this kind of international city, with a large number of languages spoken here, there's a significant rise of multicultural weddings and inter-religious weddings where brides gravitate towards colorful wedding dresses."

"I think we'll see fewer princess-like gowns with extravagant beading and detailed embroidery, towards a 'less is more aesthetic. I see simple silhouettes and minor accessorizing therefore the brides themselves, would be the focal point and never the gowns."

"The modern woman wants options – I think the ball gown is coming out towards practical silhouettes for example jumpsuits and A-lines. Instead of investing in a silhouette fit for that red carpet, brides are going to be opting for any fuller gown for that ceremony along with a slinky gown for that reception or the other way around."

What are the proudest moments workwise?

"I have been lucky enough to get receive many awards throughout my journey as a designer and I feel blessed. However, the proudest moment for me personally is to have the ability to bring a smile to people who're much in need of assistance. Through blending sustainability with ethical values, I happen to be able to produce opportunities for village women in Nepal, by merging and turning their traditional skills into delicate fabrics and fashions."

"I feel incredibly privileged like a designer, to have the ability to put their inspirational skills to get affordable use. I am devoted to continuing my support in reviving their industry further as my bridal collections evolve. To have the ability to empower women in need of assistance through my jobs is certainly probably the most gratifying feeling for me like a responsible designer along with a human."

What would be the most important things brides should keep in their mind whilst choosing their gown?

"The best advice I would give any bride-to-be would be to keep a balanced view when it comes to choosing the wedding gown. Everyone is different, everyone has different personalities, and we all have unique shapes, sizes, and curves. The 'dream dress' a bride-to-be has seen on another bride or model may not necessarily function as the right dress for her. Try on different styles to obtain a feel for what flatters your figure and suits your personality."

"A wedding gown should be 'beauty with comfort' so brides should follow their heart and never trends. The perfect wedding gown is the one that reflects a bride's personality, complements her figure and more importantly, it's the main one she feels preferred in. So I would say stay true to yourself and keep to the shapes you realize work. You should feel beautiful and happy while you're wearing it!"

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