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Celebrate Yourself Princess



By Richa

Inspired by the beautiful Princesses of India who loved to innovate with saris, Sailesh Singhania paid tribute to their beauty with ‘The Winter Rose’ collection. Take a look!

The collection themed ‘The Winter Rose’ is deeply inspired by the westernised interpretation of the saree usually worn by the Princesses in warm climate of India to acclimatise to the cold, windy London and Paris during their visits while fully retaining their opulence and glamour. This collection pushes the boundaries on the perception of hand-woven textiles by infusing playfulness while tightly retaining the highest quality of the craft of handweave. The colours are a celebration of festive winters with ruby red, celebratory orange, royal purple and fuchsia pink, emerald green with luxurious vintage gold zari work.

 

Live your fairytale with this mustard coloured rose scalloped Banarasi handwoven lehenga perfectly paired with a box fit long cape jacket.



 Actress Radhika Apte expresses, “The designer is committed to nurture the handloom heritage of India. He sustains 22 amazingly talented weaving communities and empowers them to commit to their craft. It was pleasure to walk for him at Lakme Fashion Week W|F 2017 and showcase the weaving heritage.

 

For the young brides-to-be this red coloured handwoven Banarasi lehenga with rose motifs woven all over in gold, and is paired with monochrome peplum blouse and gloves is a must have for their winter wedding trousseau.   

 
Designer Sailesh Singhania says, “I am paying homage to the Princesses in the opulent handwoven silk saris and lehengas that lovingly hold in its warp and weft all that was dear to these ‘Beauties with a Purpose.”


 

Because every queen needs a cape to highlight her dynamism…this Banarasi fuchsia saree gets an au courant makeover with this beautiful cape, to make you runway-ready.


 The silhouettes are western with long over-coats, trench, pea coats with high collars in remembrance of our Royal roses while travelling in Europe, caused a furor among the onlookers who thronged to get a glimpse of their beauty and impeccable.

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