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Glimpses of Sanskriti’s new festive collection Utsavi with actress Mumtaz Sorcar donning the looks

Elaborate range of weaves like Benarasi, tussore, tissue and organza, latest assemblage shows range of saris

Priyanka A. Roy Published 25.11.22, 12:44 AM
A black sari always adds glam to a look. Mumtaz looks elegant in this georgette hand-brush-dyed, handwoven zari sari detailed with jaal floral design all over

A black sari always adds glam to a look. Mumtaz looks elegant in this georgette hand-brush-dyed, handwoven zari sari detailed with jaal floral design all over

Over two decades old in the fashion industry, Sanskriti’s drapes are all about melding tradition and contemporary trends in fashion. Bringing together an elaborate range of weaves like Benarasi, tussore, tissue and organza, its new collection ‘Utsavi’ showcases a range of saris perfect as festive or occasion wear. Adorned with chic and elegant design detailing, the weaves are perfect for creating some drape drama for the contemporary women in the upcoming winter wedding or festive season.

This tissue silk sari in a gold base with zari weave is spelling out party vibes and is perfect for a cocktail night or engagement party. The horizontal stripes and intricate crochet work along the edging add to the chic design detailing.

This tissue silk sari in a gold base with zari weave is spelling out party vibes and is perfect for a cocktail night or engagement party. The horizontal stripes and intricate crochet work along the edging add to the chic design detailing.

Rajasthan-based leheriya is an occasionwear favourite and perfect for a vibrant winter wedding look. This tussore leheriya in vibrant shades is detailed with gota patti work to add a dose of glam to the look.

Rajasthan-based leheriya is an occasionwear favourite and perfect for a vibrant winter wedding look. This tussore leheriya in vibrant shades is detailed with gota patti work to add a dose of glam to the look.

Mumtaz looks gorgeous in the katan silk handwoven Benarasi detailed with meenakari buta work all over. The dual-tone drape is ideal as an evening look for the wedding occasion.

Mumtaz looks gorgeous in the katan silk handwoven Benarasi detailed with meenakari buta work all over. The dual-tone drape is ideal as an evening look for the wedding occasion.

DESIGNER SPEAK

Lalia Dattagupta

Lalia Dattagupta

“This collection is all about festive wear pertaining to Indian traditions. Sari is considered as a classic outfit and it has been designed with great love in this collection keeping in mind the traditions of our country. The idea was to infuse vintage with contemporary choice and present chic, elegant and stylish drapes for the urban youth. Fusion is what our clients love about our collection,” said Lalia Dattagupta, designer and owner, Sanskriti.

Pictures courtesy: Sanskriti

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