Thursday, September 1, 2016

WOVEN TALES OF KANCHIPURAM BY TULSI SILKS | LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2016


Tulsi Silks by Santosh Parekh made a sensational historic ramp debut at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 with the collection ‘Woven Tales of Kanchipuram.’ Fashion lovers were enthralled by the combination of striking patterns and bold colors incorporated in the collection of 36 saris and for the first time classic lehenga, choli, dupatta sets.



Models sashayed the ramp in the magnificent Kanchivaram saris as live Carnatic music was played  by an expert quartet throughout the show. The collections showcased were:

THE SILVER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS COLLECTION

Weaving in the beauty of the various musical instruments in the luxurious pure white and black silk with silver as the highlight

THE GOLD ANIMAL COLLECTION
Blending the glitter of gold with the majesty of animals, the collection was a regal sophisticated option that dazzled on the catwalk.

 THE PASTEL SILVER COLLECTION
Going for soft tones of pastel hues with a lavish use of silver, the saris were ideal for festivities that required arresting fashion entries.

 THE REVIVAL COLLECTION
Beautiful designs of the past were brought to the ramp in shades of gold, red, yellow purple, full red or gold and soft as well as bright hues.

THE GOLD BRIDAL COLLECTION
Gorgeous glittering gold came alive on the pure silks with hints of colour to highlight the wedding trousseau look for the bride to cherish.

 THE TRADITONAL BRIDAL CREATIONS
The four bridal lehenga, choli and dupatta collections in black, white and silver as well as red and purple; the bridal creations were in classic shapes but with specially engineered and woven fabrics as the base.

The stunning Dia Mirza glided down the ramp as the showstopper in a silver/black musical instruments sari and matching blouse. The luxurious traditional collection will be the outfit of choice for many this coming festive season. 

1 comment:

  1. Modern with traditional collections. I loved it.

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