Festivals - significant social & religious occasions that require sarees that emanate positive energy and vibes. The colours, patterns and variety of our festival wear collection will blow you away…
Silk of gods. India’s age old classic. Created from silk of mulberry, interwoven with silver threads dipped in gold for a lovely zari & tissue effect. Must-have sarees for brides…
Presenting an artistic collection of new arrivals - contemporary drapes. Delve in to the carefully curated world splendid weaves and adorn your wardrobe
Organza is a thin, plain weave, sheer fabric traditionally made from silk. Lightweight, transparent and thin, it has a fine texture and an attractive sheen. Grand, yet not heavy – check these out…
This Mughal influenced weave of the noble is synonymous with lovely zariwork, which gives it a metallic visual effect. Brocade, a complicated zari technique, is a striking feature.
Our one-of-a-kind sarees. Only YOU will possess one of these! Stand out from the crowd by investing in these… They can go on to become family heirlooms - just don’t spark conflicts!!
SAREES
Kanchipuram Kora Sarees are woven with sheer Kora Organza silk, lightweight yet traditional. Kora Sarees are perfect for Weddings and causal wear.
Patola is a centuries old double Ikat weave, with its origins in Patan, the northern region of Gujarat.Involving a very intricate and complex process of tie-dyeing on the warp and weft before weaving, this highly esteemed weave is acknowledged by connoisseurs as a traditional and ancient art that needs to be preserved and promoted.Patola weaving requires a lot of precise mental calculations, vivid imagination, patience, undivided attention, and dexterity of the hand.
Sarees to relax & feel comfortable in, giving you the freedom for personal expression and to flaunt your individuality – liberated & unfettered. Stay informal, be spoilt for choice
BIG BORDER SAREES
Sarees with borders wider than about six inches – right to a skirt or half-n-half border: looks imposing, majestic and impressive. Look distinguished, let the border speak…