Apr 29 2008
Salim Asgarally’s saree showing in Dubai:
Well, it is different for sure; very rich, very bright and with
overpowering overtones of gold and red.
“The collection unveiled the beauty and innocence of a woman, wherein red stands for her ever loving heart,” said Asgarally, who received thunderous applause after the show.
There are some elements of this saree that I really like. The border colors and geometric design is great – the mixing of red and gold works there very well. But I am not sure about the gold ruffles on a blouse that is a couple of shades brighter than the saree.
I understand the red for love part; but which color and which drape and which part of the saree is supposed to connote the innocence?
This is a bridal saree and as I said, everything is fair on love, war, on the ramp and in the design of bridal sarees.