Day 4 was full of experiments. With inspirations drawn from unusual things- like games, dyes and embroidery work from round the world. Also, Prints made a huge comeback on this day too. From graphics to florals to embedded studs and embroideries in shape of famous prints. Get a look here and find similar trends from our collection.

Designer- Anand Bhushan

Lego (the building block game) was his inspiration. Lego’s shapes in the color of Gunpowder- between grey and black were used in outfits. Get similar fashion in stone work of saree border.


Designer- Ranna Gill

She showed the metal magic by showing prints of Ikat designs (a kind of dye work) in embroidery and beads. Get similar work of embroidery in saree.


Designer- Payal Pratap Singh

Wife of Rajesh Pratap Singh, the expectations were high from her. And she stood upto them! She showed Phulkari- floral embroidery on Jackets worn on saree and salwar kameez. Get similar style in Phulkari jackets of anarkali.


Designer- Sanchita

Big Floral prints on fluid silhouettes looked beautiful. Get similar style in saree.


Designer- Pia Pauro

Her collection was very Hippie and nomadic. She used Kilim carpet prints on outfits. Get this different style of carpet prints in thread work of saree.


Designer- Rahul Mishra

His collection was called ‘The Baroque Tree’. He showed baroque work in different colors. Get this style in saree.


Designer duo- Shivam & Naresh

The designers known for best beach wears brought prominent structures and candy floss like color palates on flowy sarees. Get similar style in saree from our collection.


Designer- Payal Jain

She brought the animal prints back on runways. By showing a lot of monochrome animal prints she made a huge statement. Get this style in saree.

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