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Magnificence is Handcrafted !


Radha and Krishna twirled under the moonlit sky and lost in the magic of the Raasleela.

As they danced, their love for each other grew stronger, raying outwards and touching the hearts of all who witnessed it. We have tried to capture the energy and joy of this iconic dance and brought it straight on our ravishing runway. Hope you will enjoy the flaming chemistry of our traditional Krishna and contemporary Radhas!


Khadi for Nation, Khadi for Fashion

Lets embark on a thrilling voyage into the captivating realm of Khadi couture, expertly entwined with the enduring elegance of Ajrakh and Bagru block printing. Brace yourselves for a fashionable fusion that’s not only fascinating but also deep rooted in cultural opulence.


Airport Lookbook- Endorsing Khadi

Imagine pairing a resplendent gold printed lehariya saree with the dignified Khadi jacket, an ensemble that encapsulates the essence of modern Indian womanhood! The Khadi jacket, originally a political symbol is now a fashion icon and a symbol of sophistication and power dressing.

How about this independent woman confidently strolling through the airport in this ensemble with her shades on? I’m sure all eyes will be gazing this strong woman from check-in to runway to in-flight!


The Naughty Nazakat –This style is for the Queens who have passion in their eyes and the beauty so mesmerising that can make the whole world stand still and stare, with just the single flip of hair or wink of an eye. Do you know, this timeless classic Block printed Chanderi Saree is here to fuel in that passionate fire with the desi girl vibe check! So boy, you better bow down on your knees, can we get a chivalry, “Yes your majesty!”


Queen in the Shining Armour“What’s a Queen without a King? Well, historically speaking, more powerful!”
For the Queens who are destined to fight the bigger battles and survive the greater wars in life, don’t need the rescuing and our model is just here to show you how you can turn the classic South silk saree with brocade border into your amour poised with strength and class!


High Tea Blue-tiful -This style statement is specially for the Social butterfly who loves to stay on top of the social scenes right from sipping on the daily dramas and fishing out the juicy gossips to being the highlight of stealing the show! The beau-tiful Bandhej saree is here to compliment your charismatic, gregarious and socially dynamic royal personality.  Pairing it up with some oxidized jewelry would just be the cherry on top.



From the Agyakyari Nari to Sab par bhari, we women have come a long way to just let it go waste over a guy by questioning our self worth! Instead it’s just the right opportunity to get back to your roots by adorning the sexy south silk but feminine saree to carve yourself back together.


The combination of white leather bustier top and finely embroidered pastel pink lehnga skirt is a perfect blend of style and grace. Pair it up with maang tikka and big gold earrings to steal the look amongst all the beautiful butterflies.


The embellished saree styled with a trendy top is surely going to stun each and every one. Embellish it with a bold watch and few bangles to add a touch of luxury to your ensemble.


Saree with denim jacket: Have you ever thought of pairing a classic sensuous saree with a denim jacket? If you haven’t, then do give it a try as it will be an excellent example of casual elegance.

Pairing the ensemble with accessories like denim bag or shoes is surely a confident and easy way to double the denim without an overdo!


Play with PHULKARI: Whenever you think about the crafts of Punjab, the first thing that will strike you is traditional hand embroidered Phulkari dupatta and any festival is an opportunity, where you can pull out your phulkaris and jazz up your look.

You can  opt for flared pant outfit where you can pair up these pants with a cool crop top and of course your Phulkari dupatta. Try accessorising it with a nose ring to have that festive feel! I’m sure this ensemble will catch the attention of all the eyes . So be ready for all those check outs!


If you are not in the mood to wear your ethnic suits with this dupatta, try it out with a basic black short one piece and adorn yourself with earrings and maang-tika.


Another fashion fiesta look could be a netted black one piece teamed up with a black shrug with just a small multi-hued border. This outfit style could be a new fashion trend for celebrating Lohri/ festival in office.



Love is when he kneels down
to help you make perfect
pleats in your saree! 

  That’s very well quoted by Sukanya Chaudhuri!


A piece of drape which can make your lover bow down is definitely the most sensuous of all garments! At the same time this six yard stuff is the epitome of sophistication.