Tarun Tahiliani’s long journey in search of Indian beauty.
Fashion by Alia AllanaAug 05, 2017
A drone skirted
the three chandeliers in the dining room with infinite mirrors. Four models
in chikan paired with tulle and braid fringed shirts and a
silk opera coat stared at it warily. Standing beside the cameraman was Tarun
Tahiliani, a man who fulfils many roles: designer, director, cheerleader.
“Dance and have fun,” Tahiliani encouraged the models so they swayed and spun
in Raj Mahal, a palace in Jaipur converted into a Relais and Chateaux boutique
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