The late evening shows began with designer Zara Shahjahan who showcased a new diverse range of bridals under the name “A Folk Tale” on the second day of PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014. “A Folk Tale” was an amalgamation of dramatic colors, oriental prints with heavy eastern embellishments and marked a significant departure from Zara Shahjahan’s past collections. The collection featured 25 innovative designs set in a rich color palette of Indus inspired shades featuring saffron, black, red, fuchsia, pink and more. One observed a diverse range of luxe fabrics including raw silk, cotton net, tulle and jamawar embellished with rich traditional handiwork featuring naqshi, dabka, sitara, pearls, French knots, colored resham and mukesh. In addition to womenswear, the collection also featured 5 accompanying menswear pieces.