Sabyasachi Mukherjee wove his magic yet again as he held the rapt attention of the audience, leaving them spellbound and mesmerized with his spectacular visual display of 70s power dressing era inspired collection. Entitled ‘Big Love’, 62 models walked the never ending ramp set on the rustic grounds of Richardson and Cruddas Mills in Mumbai. In total 105 ‘Sabyasachi by Sabyasachi’ garments were displayed at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2015 on March 17, 2015.
Fashion communicates and style expresses, so what better way to display feminist strength and authority other than some power dressing. Sabyasachi shows Indian women how to pack some power with simple effortless styling. Our style pick of the day, a simple white with cream-gold border saree.
Power Dressing with a saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
The ace designer added a heavy embroidered and embellished blouse in his signature full neck and half sleeve cut. The traditional yet bold and eye-catching blouse made a beautiful compliment to the white saree without risking the simplicity of the look. Sabyasachi’s attention to detail is baffling, just check out how the model drapes the fall of the saree around her hand, it screams power all over.
Power Dressing with a saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee Style
The make-up has been kept minimal, almost bare with just clear glowing skin. Further complimenting this clean look was the sleek and classy centre parted hair.
No jewelleries or accessories whatsoever, all that was added to this style were the essential chain sling bag and classic retro round reflector glasses. A clean simplistic yet such a festive style, it’s breathtaking!
Power Dressing with a saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee Style pick