Designer Sarees have become the undisputed ruler of the ramps

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Traditional Indian Attires have once again regained their lost glory by getting a new lease of life in the hands of the Indian fashion designers. Indian designer lehenga and designer sarees dominate the fashion weeks these days and the richness of our culture and tradition gets blended with the breathtaking beauty of the trendy designs.


Exclusive and unique bridal collection at Indian Bridal Fashion Week


Exclusive and unique bridal collection at Indian Bridal Fashion Week


Indian bridal wear is now constituted of magnificent Indian designer lehenga and Bollywood designer sarees. Naturally, the same is reflected in the hot bridal couture at the various fashion shows. Last year and this year too Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla pair has emerged as the kings of the Indian wedding couture scene. Their collection showcased at the Indian Bridal Fashion Week in 2014 and 2015 were spectacular to say the least. The magenta bridal lehenga with golden embellishments spreading through the entire length worn by Sonam Kapoor was the show stopper moment of the fashion show. The short choli embellished with golden balls and beads was one that stole many hearts. Apart from stunning and sophisticated anarkalis in white and beige there were other bridal lehengas too that incorporated a lot of colours like orange, blue, yellow. These unconventional shades were used along with the conventional bridal colours like red and maroon for a unique look.

The neo vintage look is in


The neo vintage look is in


The best sarees were brought out once again at the Lakme Fashion Week 2015. From Bollywood sarees to traditional sarees, the ramp was on fire. The fabric, the form, the styles of draping the saree all were too magnificent to put into words. The vintage designs were given a contemporary twist which makes it appealing for the younger generation and as we all know vintage is ‘in’. Designer Yogesh Chowdhury with his ‘Mithu’ collection brought out the joys of spring. The hand embroidery, machine embroidery, parrot motifs, etc. made his collection look adorable. Foiling and flocking were his main techniques.

Boho chic collection for women with a vibrant personality

Krishna Mehta stood out from the rest with the boho chic collection in a variety of vibrant shades. The colours and the silhouettes look chic and classy. Vibrant shades of red, orange, magenta, fuschia toned down to deeper shades of indigo, purple and black. The collection was oozing with energy and positivity. The chic draping styles of the sarees once again drew special attention.

Tradition with a new touch of class
Vaishali S’ collection named ‘Behrupia’ consisted mainly of hand woven fabric. She mainly cultivated the Indian traditional fabrics and designs and gave them a sophisticated and classy twist by incorporating new elements to make them more appealing and draping them in unique ways.

Fashion parade of the hottest sarees ever made


Fashion parade of the hottest sarees ever made




Among others who stole attention at the wide saree parade was Shruti Sancheti with her range of sarees for the modern woman. The deep colours, magnificent blouses in jacket style or with a lot of detailed use of colors, the use of corset belts to highlight the waistline, all made the saree collection look the most happening thing on the planet. Even Gauri Khan who debuted at the Lakme Fashion Week 2015 under the label of Satya Paul showcased a heartwarming collection with calligraphy, palm motifs and wash based print. 

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