Elegance, grace, and panache are some of the adjectives synonymous with Indian attires. Regardless of whether its a ‘lehenga’ or a ‘saree’ or even a plain ‘salwar suit’; each of these outfits convey the ethnic magnificence of Indian dresses. The components and the rich legacy of fabric are displayed erotically in the most recent weddings of our favorite celebs – #DeepVeer and #NickYanka.
The only other name making rounds during these weddings (apart from bride and groom) was of the famous Indian designer – Sabyasachi Mukherjee. This man is known to put life into a piece of cloth and his fame is not restricted only to Indian celebs. One such celeb which he now boasts of dressing is the versatile Oprah Winfrey.
Indian fashion is indeed going global. In the past as well, the industry has made a huge contribution to global fashion trends and will continue to do so in the future as well. Elle India magazine’s east meets west approach to celebrate their anniversary edition is refreshing.
Recently, the actress and talk show host, Oprah Winfrey, wore a customized black saree designed by him for the cover of the December 2018 edition of Elle India magazine. She looked stunning on the 22nd-anniversary edition cover of the magazine. The 29.5-carat Zambian emerald and diamond earrings complemented the saree. The jewels were also from the heritage jewelry collection of the designer.
The humble saree not only accentuates a woman’s body but also adds a graceful persona. This six yards long drape is loved by Desis and seems like someday designers like Sabyasachi will make the world fall in love with it too. Designers are toiling to make it more globally adaptable and appealing.