The legendary Sabyasachi Mukherjee has always been known to have done things differently. Besides revamping handcrafted textiles and weaving it into the most precious moments in our lives to creating a wave of desire within all the brides and grooms, we cannot deny that we are blown away by his beautiful artwork.
Let’s check out Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s most awaited spring couture for this year here:
The classic Udaipur collection for Spring 2017 exemplifies Sabyasachi’s gift of understanding Indian crafts and even more the Indian souls. The snippets of words describing the different capsules took us into a frenzy. The beautiful Udaipur city in the background against the ethereal pieces from his collection has all of us swooning over these series of images.
From mehendi brunches to chic receptions, Sabya has something for everyone who has been charmed by his irresistible designs and impeccable art. He has cleverly dissected the ensembles into different segments and we’re sure you’ll fall in love with all of them.
Traverse to the exquisite Taj Palace, Udaipur, tune into “Kesariya Balama, Aayo ni, Padharo mehra des re…”, here’s presenting Sabyasachi’s Udaipur Memoirs.
The marriage of Vintage India & Europe is beautifully portrayed in the hand painted, hand embroidered and handcrafted excellence.
From pristine ivory to pale rubies, vibrant turquoise and jade, floral motifs were the mainstay of this collection. Tulle, organza, khadi fabrics were adorned with tilla, zardosi & resham meenakari to create these ornate forms.
The Udaipur Lehengas stood out as an epitome of hand embroidered supremacy with resham meenakari work on multi panelled ivory hued lehenga which was impressively paired with vintage jadau jewellery.
Groomsmen In Sabyasachi Outfits
The Maharanas of Udaipur saw Men dressed in luxurious ivory silks and brocade sherwanis embroidered for the summer grooms.
Rani Sahiba Ke Pardesi Phool series included lilies, violets, asters, tulips motifs embedded into silver and pale colors with highlights of Jade, rose and gold, ivories.
Comprising of Georgette, Organza & Khadi Sarees, Belted Anarkalis, Renaissance Capelets, The 20’s Blouse, Sherwanis, Crop Blouses, Lehenga Sarees, this outfits made for the right Reception dinner wear.
Eloquently described in “Rang Barse” from Amitabh’s movie Silsila, the Gulaal collection of Sabyasachi included silk kurtas and Tulle lehengas and sarees with soft floral prints and embroidered brocade blouses, perfect for Mehendi brunches. The pop of bright color accentuated the pieces.
Sheesh Mahal saw distinctive shades from Sherbet to a dull Turquoise highlighted with crystal embroidery embracing the vintage vibe. Classic wear for the cultural Sangeet nights, adorned with jadau. Tulle sarees and hand painted sherwanis were the basics in this one.
The Benaras Gharana included hand dyed brocade lehengas with deep cut blouses and hand painted floral organza dupattas. The brocade safas and kadwa embroidered sherwani were displayed in this collection in pale greens and emeralds. The textured mustard sarees decorated with basra jewels are just apt for destination weddings.
Mhara Gulabi collection saw incredible saffron, pinks, reds with a hint of teal and turquoise for the bride and her groom. The intricate embroidery bootis and patterns are truly breathtaking.
Paheli included baroque embroidered mojaris along with brocade churidars in a myriad of colors. The popular pick for the brides, the multi panelled lehengas had distinctive patterns on each panel giving it a modern twist. For the grooms, the peaches and the pales hues caught our eyes while perfectly blending with the bride’s lehengas.
Images from Sabyasachi Official On Instagram
Also, check out Sabyasachi Spring Summer collection 2019 here.