Tribal women balance earthen pot full of water as they participate in a hundred meters run during the Suori Tribal festival in Boko, about 70 kilometers (44 miles) west of Gauhati, India, Saturday, April 19, 2008.
When we originally talked about the Google saree last December, I was pretty sure that they will not release it for sale. There are the trademark issues, copyright issues and dilution issues.
When the POP collection was released for sale, I did not see it being available for sale either.
But looks like, now the Google saree was spotted in Gurgaon mall. In case you are wondering it is about $300, clicks costs extras.
By the way, on the left, you can see some of the polka dot collection from Satya Paul too.
Coiled locks put a youthfully modern twist on a traditional sari-inspired wrap at the Race to Erase MS Gala in Century City, Calif.
This is from circa 1997; she has gone through several different phases since then.
SUJIBALA in the film Ayyavazhi wearing an ethnic saree. In the second picture doesn’t it seem that she is flying?
This is one of those blouseless classic saree drape, so well documented by Chantal.
Other than her bracelet, she looks great!
An interesting dark green-black saree with a hint of blue when you view it from a certain angle.
Great saree and she carries it well; the jewelry is not overdone, earrings are not over powering and the blouse has rich details but doesn’t take over the saree.
1985 Sasha Black Hair Sarei – Trendon Toys – Trendon Limited.
A very rare doll.
This was one of the limited edition dolls made by the Trendon Company and the current value of the doll is about $1,500-$2,000 and is very hard to find.
I am not too excited about it because the value of the doll is not coming from the saree or its design; it is highly valued because the Trendon made so few of these and they are rare.