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An eco goddess makes a statement. She is individual, unique, one of a kind. She stands for empowerment. She is moral, pure, generous. A goddess is not defined simply…she is beautiful, serene, ethereal. She is powerful and ultimately knows her worth. She is at one with nature. She is the sea, the earth, the sky. She is a lake or a river. She is a petal, she is a dale….
Eco Goddess is the coming together of out of this world, glamorous Bridal Haute Couture with sustainable, fair trade fabrics hand loomed and crafted by Nepalese women merged with most romantic Chantilly lace and dreamy tulle. Luxurious and rare fabrics are used – such as hemp, fine hand – hand weaved bamboo lace, 100% organic cotton and organic silk meaning that these dresses are as gorgeous on the inside as they are on the outside.
The collection was showcased during London Bridal fashion week to much applause and an overwhelming reception from stockists and press, alike. Consisting of eight astonishing wedding dresses; this is a collection filled with statement column bridal dresses complete with dreamy tulle overlays, contemporary sophisticated separates, romantic ruffles and exquisite 3D embellishments to name just a few.
Eco Goddess encapsulates all the drama and allure Haute Couture is known for but essentially still manages to cater to a range of brides, from the daring and eccentric to the girl-next-door. This collection is about personality, individuality and above all it is about empowerment. From empowering the brides in dressing for their big day to supporting the women who work ever so hard to craft these gorgeous eco-friendly fabrics.
Eco Goddess, as a bridal collection managed to withstand a devastating earthquake that tore down homes and sacred temples in Nepal. It is a collection that will remain close to the heart and embodies ultimate strength, morality and positivity and becomes perhaps the most sentimental of all Sanyukta Shrestha bridal collections. 10% of all purchases made on any 2016 Sanyuktya Shrestha bridal gown or flower girl dress will be donated to the Nepal earthquake disaster relief aid.
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Event: London Bridal Fashion Week
Location: Old Billingsgate, London
Date: 17-19th May 2015
Collection showcased on Catwalk : Eco Goddess – Haute Couture,
Other Collection Launched : Ameya – Mini me Flower Girl collection and Evening collection
Official Catwalk Photo Credit: London Bridal Fashion Week