Ditching bridal trousseau, Sabyasachi Mukherjee designs uniforms for Rajasthani school girls under CITTA’s initiative


Amidst all the negative news in the year 2020, this one seems like a breath of fresh air. Taking a break from his exquisite and hefty bridal lehengas, designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee has designed unique uniforms for the students of Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School in Jaisalmer.

Initiated by CITTA, these uniforms come with a unique ajrakh block print and features a center front hook button opening, two patch pockets in the front, three-quartered sleeves and an ankle-length cropped elastic waist pants in velvet.


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Speaking of this initiative, Sabya said he was thrilled to be a part of it. The project would provide young girls in Jaisalmer with an education and give women in the region vocational skills and the opportunity for economic independence, read an excerpt from his statement. Swipe to see his entire statement here:


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The designer, who is generally called out by his followers for his hefty price tags, is being praised for this initiative. Netizens have been loving his creation and the intentions behind them. Check out the comments below:

While some incidents regarding girl's safety shake us to our very core, initiatives like these keep the hope alive for a better future. What are your thoughts on this? 

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