Incredible Sabyasachi Lehenga and Anarkali Collection
Sabyasachi Mukherjee has become an established well-known Indian Designer within the shortest time possible. He simply loves his work due to which his designer salwar kameez, sarees and lehengas look fabulous and are extremely tempting to wear. For Sabyasachi lehengas and other ethnic clothes, he derives inspiration from antique clothes and cultural traditions of his hometown – Kolkata.
Sabyasachi strongly believes that clothes of a person are an extension of his intellectuality. Many a times he makes use of textures, unusual fabrics and intricate designs to make his designer collection. Very often he uses patchwork with embellishments on the base of vibrant colour palettes. He neatly blends the style of contemporary dresses, sarees and lehengas of ancient and medieval times with the modern style and fashionable touch. Sabyasachi collection is mainly for those people who have chosen a path that is less traveled by majority.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee has played a great part in popularizing and reviving the gota work, bandhani, kantha, block printing, hand dyeing and is now using them in his own work by giving them a modern touch. For the past couple of years, he has been trying his level best in reviving the style of Banarasi sarees by doing khadi and block print work on them.
Some of beautiful Sabyasachi Lehenga, Anarkali, Salwar Kameez designs are described below for your reference.
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A very differently styled Rajnigandha Lehenga Saree made using a white chikan fabric. A beautiful embroidered tulle sabyasachi lehenga saree with tiered froth looks marvelous with a vintage floral printed petticoat. The teaming up of two classic colours of black and white with the golden embroidery along the cuffs on the black blouse looks stunning. Solitaire earrings or the evergreen pearls will definitely make you a winner.
A vintage kalidaar kurta is always a favourite. The kurta is embroidered with tea stained thread work and a pretty antique zardosi yoke. Complimented with a velvet salwar and tulle dupatta can be best carried off by a beautiful pair of antigue earrings and a pair of simple jooti.
Also called as the ‘Ayesha Anarkali’ is a perfect wear for a mehendi or Sangeet ceremony. A fine combination of matka silk, raw silk and tulle with intricate thread work. Persian bird embroidery on the sleeves and a chanderidupatta will look the ideal dress when adorned with a stunning maangtikka and big jhumkas.
‘The Rose Anarkali’ is made from velvet and tulle. A beautiful floral embroidered dupatta and a zardosi border can be worn with roses in the hair and pretty dazzling earrings.
‘The Gauhar Jaan Anarkali’ is made from delicately embroidered tulle. Beautiful hand embroidery done on the dupatta and the zardosi border is a perfect outfit to be worn on the sangeet morning. The deep neck will allow you to wear a choker necklace and a nath to compliment the face.
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‘The Venetian Anarkali’ is a fine combination of black and white intricately embroidered thread work and vintage Marori embroidery. Wear contrasting emerals or ruby’s to make a style statement.
Sabyasachi online collection is extremely rich and exhaustive and is available on Pern