Doesn’t every girl dream of marrying in a Sabyasachi? Well, we did too when his collection walked the ramp right in front of our eyes! Glorious, gorgeous and breathtaking is how we’d like to describe Sabya’s work which was beautifully detailed with fur and exquisite handwork embroidery on shift dresses, velvet slip dresses and kaftans. Even though the collection had a modern twist to traditional clothing, the girl in us squealed with joy due the excited he evoked on the ramp.
Style inspiration: Intricate embroidery
Amoh by Jade
Jade’s collection called Itvara, meaning traveller, boasted traditional craftsmanship and handloom fabrics on feminine silhouettes. The garments were all silk, linens and cottons which spread a soulful vibe in the audience.
The gorgeous Pooja Hedge was seen showstopping towards the end in a monochromatic outfit which made her look chic and uber stylish.
Style inspiration: Embroidered silk
Heavily infused with indo-western vibes, Ridhi’s collection paired ghagra with crop tops and gowns with dazzling gold embroidery. We’ve seen the indo-western trend a lot, but Ridhi gave us a fresh collection which boasted traditional embroidery patterns, perfect for the modern day!
Style inpriration: Traditional ghagra and crop tops
The designer’s collection looked like ancient paintings on fabric and it was gorgeous! Upon inspecting further, we learned that it was inspired by the Pichwai paintings of Nathdwara in Rajasthan. It was a beautiful compilation of patchwork and applique with antique marodi embroidery on pure silk. Well, you’ve got to see it love it!
Style inspiration: Big embroidered prints!
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Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani
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