Posts Tagged ‘Indian Embroidery’

Wanted to make collection heavy, sexual: Sabyasachi on 'Opium'

New Delhi, August 1 Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee lived up to expectations with his couture collection Opium, a name inspired by his mother's perfume, which had beautiful pieces of artwork adorned with oldest Indian embroidery like ari tari and tara – and wowed everyone on the opening day of the Delhi Couture Week 2013.

Wanted to make collection heavy, sexual: Sabyasachi on 'Opium'

New Delhi, August 1 Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee lived up to expectations with his couture collection Opium, a name inspired by his mother's perfume, which had beautiful pieces of artwork adorned with oldest Indian embroidery like ari tari and tara – and wowed everyone on the opening day of the Delhi Couture Week 2013.

Wanted to make collection heavy, sexual: Sabyasachi on 'Opium'

New Delhi, August 1 Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee lived up to expectations with his couture collection Opium, a name inspired by his mother's perfume, which had beautiful pieces of artwork adorned with oldest Indian embroidery like ari tari and tara – and wowed everyone on the opening day of the Delhi Couture Week 2013.

Indian embroidery, needlework making Western inroads: Falguni-Shane

If their cuts and designs brought them fame, they also earned them an impressive client list that boasts of the likes of Britney Spears, Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez. Designer duo Shane and Falguni Peacock say people in the West have an eye for Indian artwork and more desi designers are making inroads into the Western market.