24 March 2008

The Bride Show ddraws in the most exclusive names in the industry

The Bride Show Dubai is drawing in scores of exclusive exhibitors from around the world who will touch down in the Emirate to showcase their collections to the public in April.

Among them, photographers of the rich and fabulous, Ronicka Kandhari and Vickrant Mahajan have chosen The Bride Show Dubai to offer their talents to UAE residents for the very first time. The famous husband and wife team, known for their work at weddings for Bollywood stars, industrialists and officials, will attend the four day exhibition to launch their service, a thorough photographic and artistic wedding portrayal.

The photographs they capture throughout the wedding experience are compiled into a custom-made handcrafted album, embellished with Swarovski crystals; to produce an ornate jewelled book of memories.

“We work with very exclusive, very discerning clients, and only undertake 12 to 15 weddings a year,” said Vickrant Mahajan, who recently returned from a 10-day wedding of a chief minister’s son. “The Bride Show fits our profile to a tee because of its exclusivity and the calibre of exhibitors we will be joining. We feel that it is an ideal venue to meet potential clients in the UAE for the very first time.”

The Delhi-based couple are joined by other international names who flock to Dubai for the largest bridal exhibition in the region. Mantra Living, a specialised couture fusion fashion that combines eastern embroidery and western silhouettes, will fly in from Singapore to meet brides-to-be and women with a taste for luxury fashion.

Hong Kong brand Fine n’ Rhine will offer evening and day bags, dripping in Swarovski crystals, as well as cashmere scarves and embroidered tops, while Bina Enterprises from India will exhibit their modern saris, Salwar Kammeez & Kurtas.

Many exhibitors will use The Bride Show Dubai as their only selling opportunity to customers in the UAE as they do not operate retail spaces outside of their native countries.

European services and products will also be available, including high end skin care products from NUXE, and the ├╝ber chic floral arrangements of Space & Flowers, both of which originate from Paris, France. Gianni Piazza, an esteemed Italian jeweller, President of Belle Arti, will display ‘Dolce Vita’ inspired classic contemporary necklaces, earrings and rings, all with the signature flair of Italian colour and fantasy with his brand BELLAGIOIA, while German and Ukrainian bridal dressmakers, Cecile and Junist respectively, will display their collections.
“The Bride Show Dubai has grown so much over the years and we are excited that such exclusive international names have joined us,” said Daphne Cota, Exhibition Manager of The Bride Show. “We now feature 400 companies from 13 countries, showcasing everything from wedding gowns and international haute couture fashion to jewellers, florists, and photographers.”

The Bride Show Dubai will host 20 fashion shows from local and international designers demonstrating their eagerly anticipated collections as well as the creations devised by the finalists of the prestigious Swarovski Young Designer Award.

Exclusive discounts and daily competitions will be taking place and one lucky visitor will win the grand prize of a luxury honeymoon package.

The Arabian Home Show and Women’s Healthcare will run alongside The Bride Show Dubai at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre from 23- 26 April.

The Bride Show Dubai is open daily from 2.30pm – 10.30pm. Entry fee is 10dhs per person per day. To request an invitation to attend The Bride Show Dubai or to join the mailing list for regular Bride Show Dubai updates visit www.thebrideshow.com. Source

3 comments:

Aysha Hamu said...

really nice and islamic friendly, wish you could bring that to Nigeria which almost half of its population are muslims.

Aysha Hamu,
Nigeria,Maiduguri.

Aysha Hamu said...

really nice and islamic friendly, wish you could bring that to Nigeria which almost half of its population are muslims.

Aysha Hamu,
Nigeria,Maiduguri.

Aysha Hamu said...

really nice and islamic friendly, wish you could bring that to Nigeria which almost half of its population are muslims.

Aysha Hamu,
Nigeria,Maiduguri.