For the collection showcased at the LFW S/R 2013, "I love India", Gupta explored her view about India as a country through prints of stamps. Jackets, sarees, blouses and tunics were enriched by a range of vintage stamps, like the first air plane of Air India, the national animal and flower, the first High Court of India.
The creative designer is now out with another eye-catching collection, characterised by an innovative take on music. In particular, she expresses her idea of music by designing sarees with piano keys on the borders and prints of vintage paintings of musicians by Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali.
Inspired by the cubism and surrealism movements of early 20th century, she explained: "I spend a lot of time thinking about the concept. It is never something random (…). This time, I expressed what music means to me through the paintings I have used as prints for the pallu and the tunics”. The collection will be showcased at the Rudraksh, in Aundh, until the end of september.