"The bride still wants traditional clothing for her D-Day, but she is open to gowns, shararas and gararas for the cocktail or sangeet, maybe even an angarakha for the reception, so as a designer I move with the times. But it's crucial each bride comes to me for the essence of the brand, which remains old world charm," said Sabyasachi about his latest collection called Ferozabad that was presented at the India Couture Week.
Sabysachi offes a range of styles he calls ready-to-wear couture that he expects customers to buy straight off the rack. The Ferozabad collection was inspired during the time that the designer was sourcing glassware for his Mumbai store.
The designer drew inspiration from the coloured spectrums in tinted glass and used these on a base of ivory to emphasise the vibrancy of the collections. The use of cut sequins in unusual green colours, pinks and bright reds are to watch out for in his collection. Another unique garment on the ramp was the use of canvas to make lehengas.