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India Archives Pt 3 - Gowns In The Making With Pooja

Welcome back to our India Archives, where we dive a little deeper into the making of our wedding gowns and the masters behind it all. Pooja, one of our trusted and hard-working partners, runs her own manufacturing house in the heart of India, Mumbai.

Here she ensures the careful creation of a selection of our pieces, by the hands of talented artisans, within this innovative space.

Introducing Pooja, the lead over at our Mumbai atelier.

Introducing Pooja, the lead over at our Mumbai atelier.

With quality being her main focus, we couldn’t be happier to be working alongside such an inspiring woman whose passion for her craft and business was evident in the titles of the books we came across in her office, “Learning luxury” and “Being The Best You”.

To us, making wedding gowns means having the honour of being a part of the start of a new chapter, and providing a medium through which your truest self can be expressed. We align with the slowness and conscious creation that goes into each piece’s design and prioritise the care and precision behind each and every gown, and its’ unique beading design.

Our Eva gown's beading in the making.

Upon visiting her, Pooja said, “We have to maintain the quality of our garments, as we feel fulfilled doing so. Every detail counts.” 

When we asked her which Bo & Luca wedding gown was her favourite, she couldn’t choose and said she was in love with all of them. See below a selection of our pieces that are created in her atelier:

Pooja’s team understands craftsmanship at it’s core, and produces the high standard that we aim to set and deliver to our brides. Each wedding dress that gets made reflects the admirable work ethic that she implements every single day.

Her eye for detail and quality is what adds to the handcrafted excellence of each bridal piece.

After working on different brands under another company for 15 years, she felt worn out and was unhappy with the way things were run. When COVID-19 hit just over three years ago, she decided to start something new.

Pooja paved the way for herself to run a more organised operation, with more capacity for scaling within an immaculate space.

Created in Pooja's atelier, Shop more of our handcrafted pieces here