After making it to the cover of National Geographic's April issue, shot at the Taj Mahal, the travelling couple, Murad Osmann and Nataly Osmann are featured in Harpers Bazaar Bride India.
The #followmeto fame couple shot a series in India, and Nataly wore all the ace Indian designers' outfits and we are surely mesmerised by the gorgeous images her husband Murad has clicked. From Sabyasachi Couture to Manish Malhotra, one big designer after the other; at some of the most stunning destinations across our country.
We are so glad the travelling couple came to India and donned some of the most stunning designs from our country at some of the most breathtaking locations. The hair, the jewellery, and a coming together of traditional and modern Indian clothing, we have officially fallen in love with the travelling couple yet again.
Now that the May issue of Harpers Bazaar Bride has hit the stands, we get to enjoy the images. Let's have a look at some of the mesmerising images here.
The Nikhil Thampi One
In drapes of orange and gold, a beautiful lehenga by Thampi paired with Chhatrala Jewels and Just Jewellery, set against the contrasting backdrop of Jodhpur's blue architecture.
The Tarun Tahiliani One
A beige anarkali with intricate embroidery of white and gold just merging into the backdrop of stone architecture in India with contrasting marigold that adorned her hair along with Just jewellery ornaments.
The Anamika Khanna One
Anamika Khanna's Mughal art on this beatiful throw-over was paired with Amprapali jewels and was set against the hills, seated in the traditional boat, which is picturesque beauty.
The Anju Modi One
The pastel green grand-printed blouse paired with the deep-red motifed lehenga and sheer dupatta against the ghats of Benaras looked nothing short of breathtaking.
The Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla One
Grand and elaborate in golds and whites, this grandeur of an outfit with Amrapali Jewels is what we have been staring at all day!
The Manish Arora One
The stylish quirk with zippers, glittery stars, sheer and extra-long fringes paired with a textured lehenga in shades of deep purple has us in a complete daze, and that stunning head piece in gold from Amrapali and Chhatrala Jewels just adds to all the glamour.
Another Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla
This modern exuberance of gold with tassels, embroidery and texture set against the temple of Hampi, never had so much gold look so good; and that stunning head piece from Valliyan is on par with the outfit.
The Sabyasachi One
This heavily hand-embroidered deep-red outfit from Sabyasachi is a stunner, set against Rajasthan's scenic fortress. The jewellery is from Chhatrala and Amrapali.