A floral lace number shimmers, shines and plays peek-a-boo using see-through fabric.
There is something about Lace – it takes me back to Victorian era. I especially like this particular lace saree, notice the blouse design; the classic and bold lace patterns on the blouse borders! very nice indeed
For sarees, this was not one of my favorite collection from Manish; but that is only because he has already set a very high bar for himself.
Some of the other parts of the collection had a lot of spanish and Turkish influence, I didn’t see that as much in the saree part but the lahenga and other pieces indeed have persian touh to them.
B.R. Chopra gave India some its most popular and loved films and TV shows; the film industry will definitely come together on the occasion of the loss of a great life. He directed his first movie in 1951 and the last one in 2006 (Baabul); although I remember him more for the Mahabharat series that he directed. He passed away at the age of 94.
We are pleased to have been profiled in the Statesman newspaper in India. The statesman is one of the oldest, most respected and one of the highest circulation newspaper.
Here is a link to the saree article. I am told that the printed version looks a lot better with a picture of a saree clad woman on the side.