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Sabyasachi Mukherjee (Source: pudulifestyle.com)

He has drawn most of his ideas from his surroundings and his youth. Kolkata’s scenic backdrops and imprints who have left a never changing impact in his mind is what comes through beautifully in all his creations. Traditional and very ‘Indian’ is his style and he makes the most of it. Gypsies, deserts, the classic use of fabrics, textiles, and embroideries get beautifully woven to each sari, lehenga or salwar kameez, which are his areas of expertise.

What gives his designs a twist is his unique mix of colors and fabrics. An individual may never think of putting 4 different shades in four different sections of a sari with different designs, but when Sabyasachi comes out with the last product, one gets compelled to believe it is possible and achievable. Fusion of different patchwork designs on vibrant colors is his trademark.

Classic and old world Indian charm is extremely evident through all of the motifs and techniques used. The whole fashion industry has taken a deep in modern day designs and techniques, his design stays completely rooted in what India. He also regards international artists such as Monet and Henry Matisse as sources of inspiration.

Popular trends include Bandhani work, gotta work, block printing, and hand dyeing.
Present Day Scenario and Global clothing

By Aishwarya Rai, Vidya Balan, Sri Devi, Rani Mukherjee, Deepika Padukone, Bipasha Basu to the timeless beauty Hema Malini, they have donned a Sabyasachi sari or salwar kurta.

Firdaus Collection (Source: Pinterest)

Several of his designs have also been showcased on worldwide platforms such as New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week, along with Miami fashion week.

Even from the recent Cannes film festival held in Paris, popular Bollywood actress Vidya Balan wore only Sabyasachi designs in the kind of either saris or lehengas.

Chronicles of the future Foretold

Aside from designing fabulous looking sarees, suits, and lehengas, Sabyasachi has also taken great initiatives in restoring special jewellery types along side textiles in India.

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