Sabyasachi is back with his Autumn/Winter collection and this time it’s a little different. While one would expect him to dive into velvets and play with rich hues, Sabya begs to differ this time.
Revamping our winter festive closet, the designer has given us more than enough inspiration to last us this season. The big question remains: what’s your calling?
Sticking to monochrome, this range features hobo-inspired ensembles for the love of indo-western clothing.
Asymmetric silhouettes, playful stripes and the bold appeal adds to the drama.
A burst of colors lighting up your wardrobe, this is all we need to break your monotone winter wardrobe.
Growing from the usual heavy-laden fabrics, this nomadic collection features more light-weighted, popping ensembles.
The Water Lillies
For him and her alike, the water lilies collection features breezy sarees for the lady and structured kurtas for the man.
Pastel hues, fused with organza prints on breezy silhouettes, it’s a revolution for winter clothing right here!
While some ensembles featured wholesome prints, some of the outfits were more monotone and block-colored.
Black ensembles with chunky details in bright colors? Yes, please!
Tapping into the catalog of traditional embroidery and details, this range features more modern-looking silhouettes with elements from the ethnic cultures.
Richer hues and heavy details make an appearance with this range. Oh, we almost missed this!
Mirror and tikka work makes a comeback. Can we take a minute? This is too good to be true!
The Urban Gypsy
Sheher ki ladki…
What’s modern, yet traditional? Trendy, yet culturally ethnic? The to-go for a mother and daughter alike? A saree. Period.
Fusing modern trends with cultural values on a six-yard drape, Sabya has us floored with this range.
Colors like reds, pinks, olives and blacks found their way into this range.
Work, embellishments, light embroidery and organza details also formed a part of the collection.
Some indo-western silhouettes also found a place in this range and we’re telling you, this is all we need!
Urbane sophistication at best, indeed!
Drooolllinnggg! What are your thoughts?