Shirt: Fabric - Pure tissue shirt with pure silk inner, Work: Zardoze with stone work on front and back with embroidery border.
Dupatta: Fabric - Pure tissue, Work: Zardoze, Embroidery and aari work.
Garara: Fabric - Pure tissue and gotta, Work: Plain, Including worked belt.
Wine printed shirt heavily embellished with zardoze work is paired with a cotton gharara with chata patti detailing and chiffon printed dupatta with laces on the border.
It is fully worked from the bodice till the hipline and the sleeves as well. The work loosens up slightly down below and blends gracefully with a heavily worked daaman. The work is in pretty silvers, pearls and diamonties. The back has pearl chan and bootis. It is paired with a net duppatta with heavy pearl and diamonties chan with worked border.
Its a burnt orange, heavily worked choli on pure jamawar. The halter neckline gives it a very modern edge. It’s paired with a beautiful black velvet lengha which is perfect for a winter bride. The black is accented with hues of lime green, fuchsia and orange embroidery. The work is compiled together with pretty 3D flowers and sequins chan. The dupatta is in a very fresh lime green colour with fuchsia and orange worked borders. There is booti chan all over the chiffon dupatta and is complemented with hand embroidery on the corners.
A lustrously worked Grey net long gown with 3D embroidery and embellishment. The exoticly crafted bird motifs are studded with diamantes. The complimenting net dupatta has an elegant border with all over spray. Paired with a grey net lehnga, this one is bound to steal the show.
A traditional angrakha with intricate floral embroidery enhanced with birds. It is embellished with stones, kamdani, reshum and dabka. The extravagant net lengha has rich hand worked hemline in gold zarri, reshum, dubka and sequins and is completed with a shimmery lining that creates a more festive look. The organza duppatta has worked bordeon all four sides and kamdani.
Halter neckline choli paired with a luxe, full flated, olive green lehnga with heavy zardoze worked hemline in gold zarri, resham, dubka and sequins. The fuchsia pink, cotton net dupatta enhances the outfit very beautifully. The outfit is completed with a hand embroidered Kashmiri chaddar
Front open burnt orange magenta and mint shirt with hand embellishments and French know work. Paired with a soft jamawar mint lehnga fully worked with zardoze booties and a net/tissue chan dupatta.
A deep purple, silk jamawar, lehenga and choli designed with striking, zardoze embroidery. Paired with two dupattas - a green, organza dupatta embellished with gota embroidery and an ivory, masoori dupatta embellished with zardoze embroidery.
A-line shirt with thread, stones and pearl work. It comes with shaded crepe silk pants and a chan chiffon dupatta.
A modern kalidar in a beautiful shade of ice blue with intricate hand work paired with a beautiful plain shiny mesuri lehanga. Paired with a net dupatta with heavy chan and worked bordeon all 4 sides.
When different cultures, regions and traditions blend in together it is amazing to see how each of those can change the perspective of many things around us. Creating “Rivaaj” was also a beautiful journey for us, as we studied the dimensions of the extent of culture and tradition and its impact on the pre-partition era. Taking all these findings into mind we focused on highlighting traditional cuts and this gold kurta is nothing less than a vision. Created with tender artisanship, the use of rich fabrics along with dabka and naqshi complement the whole silhouette of the outfit. The use of handmade tassels to add the touch of beauty further make it a piece that absolutely stands apart.