Hyderabad-based fashion designer, Sailesh Singhania presented an inspiring collection – Actuality of Consonance: Khadi at Lakme Fashion Week on ‘Sustainable and Indian Textiles Day’. South fame Regina Cassandra flaunted the showstopper outfit for the designer. Bollywood divas like Urvashi Rautela, Nora Fatehi and Neha Shetty were spotted on the front row applauding for Sailesh.
Roora by Ritam
The first appearance of a Bandhgala worn by a woman dates back to 20 years ago. They are no longer restricted to the male wardrobe only. Women are now sporting them flawlessly with pencil pants, harem trousers, saris and even lehengas. It is suitable for occasions such as weddings, cocktails and more. And since this season demands a potpourri of traditional and contemporary blend of fashion, here’s an inspiring collection of Bandhgalas brought to you by label Roora by Ritam.
Bridal Fall 2016 features a range of figure-flattering silhouettes inspired by real brides. Saris and lehengas with eye-catching detailing and romantic classics will make every bride feel like a princess this season.
Rajesh Pratap Singh
Rajesh Pratap Singh’s first collection of saris was presented at Ekaya recently–a contemporary bespoke label presenting the finest textiles from Benaras; this was in fact the outcome of years he spent developing and researching handloom techniques. The collection comprised of ikat weaves in strong geometric motifs, a recurrent theme from the brand; ajrak prints, which have been given a new twist and cotton silk chanderis.
Voiix by Saiba and Maneet
Voiix, a woman’s clothing label by Saiba and Maneet is bending genres and redefining the stereotypes of Indian dressing sensibilities.