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Shyamal & Bhumika’s Couture ‘Muse of Mirrors’ is Visual Delight for Handloom Lovers

 

Celebrated couturiers, Shyamal and Bhumika unveiled their latest Couture Muse of Mirrors at the India Couture Week 2018.  For handloom lover like me, who wishes to see handloom gets it due place on global couture world map,  it was a visual delight.  Shyamal & Bhumika  remain faithful to their vision of ‘India to the World’ using fashion as a medium to connect global audiences through the rich and glorious crafts and artisan techniques of India. Muse of Mirrors was a collection featuring the designer duo’s signature avant-garde and exquisite embroideries and details. Shyamal & Bhumika’s couture collection, celebrates their princess muse, using tiers of eco-friendly handloom fabrics like matka silks, raw silks, and intricately paired with fine crepes, and georgettes; with diaphanous tulle and organza to dress her for flamboyant operas and picturesque weddings.

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India Couture Week-2017 Begins With Artistic Flair

 

I am a proven handloom lover! I love to watch weavers weaving fabrics, sarees and see divine in the process. This year has been a great year for handloom, and the weavers. Not only Government of india is doing a great job, the ace designers of India are doing a commendable job by making their high end collection. By this the handloom is reaching to the elite and whos who of India, and in turn will be followed by one and all. The beginning looks so promising, that I feel that it will bring good fortune for weavers and will refrain them from abandoning this lovely art form.

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Amazon Indian Fashion Week, Day 2: A Visual Treat for Handloom Connoisseur

“When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.”  – Rumi

The day 2 of Amazon India Fashion Week was a treat for handloom lovers. The day began with show of Pinnacle by Shruti Sancheti, the famous designer who gave handloom a contemporary look and helped it to reach global market. Followed by the show of Studio Virtues by Ashish,Viral, and Vikrant. I loved their show and the motive behind it-they brought a weaving art from a small of village of Orissa called ‘Kotpad’, never heard, never seen; but their weaving was simply beautiful.

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Welcome To The World of Magic Woven by Weavers at Amazon India Fashion Week SS’17

“Only an excellent fabric can originate an excellent fashion.”- Nino Cerruti

I am loving every bit of Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer ’17 because it has brought so much of handloom treat for us. Its such a visual delight to see hand woven fabrics translated into masterpieces by eminent designers.

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A Good Year For Handloom at Lakme Fashion Week!

The recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive brought some good news for handloom. The event began with a dedicated North East handloom promotion show with 6 new designers who shocased Assamese art in contemporary look. Payal Khandwala, Gaurang Shah, Rahul Viraj, Ka-Sha, Sanjay Garg, Tulsi Silks from Chennai were the torch bearer for them.
Payal Khandwala used Banarasi fabric from vintage heirloom, used glamourised it in contemporary form so stylishly. Gaurang’s Vrindavan collection was a tale in itself as he used weaves from Patan Patola to Banarasi. Even Sabyasashi’s grand finale had loads of glitter on handloom like raw silk.

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