Ten of StyleCracker’s favourite labels from the ‘Make in India’ week.
‘Weaves of Banaras’, a special theme during ‘Make in India’ week, will unveil the world’s famous craft and spirited skills of weavers of the city. Banaras, as we all know is the heritage of silk handloom industry and let’s not forget the gorgeous Banarasi Sarees that are world famous for their intricate design using gold and silver threads with Katan.
Keeping these thoughts in mind, a few leading designers came together, putting in their expertise and their individual style to weave magic!
Royal hues, antique brocade and sheer perfection; Sabhyasachi Mukherjee’s collection is always a class apart.
Prints and patterns clubbed with a beautiful golden daze; Rohit Bal’s collection was all sorts of beautiful and we’re loving it all.
After creating her magic on screen for Bajirao Mastani with dreamy outfits, Anju Modi has weaved a beautiful collection for the Make in India week paying tribute to the Banaras heritage!
Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna
Like we all know, Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna are known for great detailings and silhouettes. Their collection at the Make in India week was something definitely worth looking out for.
Rajesh Pratap Singh
What’s not to love about metallic layers and fancy cuts? We’re gaga over Rajesh Pratap Singh's collection.
Anita Dongre presented a beautiful colour play at the Make in India week. Design intricacies teamed with the right jewellery is something that we love and can’t stop admiring.
Elegance redefined and an absolute delight to watch; Ashish Soni’s collection was a mix of contemporary and classy and we can’t stop admiring it!
Weaves of Banaras taken and designed into a masterpiece. Namrata Joshipura, has outdone herself with designer pieces to fall in love with at the very first glance.
The classic golden never fades away and is always a treat to the eye. JJ Valaya’s collection is definitely one of our favourites!
Black never runs out of fashion, it only gets better, right? Abhishek Gupta showcases a traditional and contemporary collection at the Make in India week.
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