Sabyasachi's New Collection Is A Bridal Dream Come True! *Gorgeous Lehengas & Jewellery Inside!
BY Sakshi | 03 Aug, 2018 | 11415 views | 6 min read
Considering a Sabya lehenga for your wedding? Well, you can add a lot more to consider to your list! So Sabyasachi dropped his new latest couture collection 'Kesaribai Pannalal' last night, which, as usual is a dream come true for any bride! There's a lot of nostalgia attached to this collection, which really does look timeless and beautiful! What's even better is that not only does the line include so many gorgeous hand-embroidered lehengas, but sarees and anarkalis too, along with some drop-dead gorgeous jewellery! And of course, the men aren't forgotten, with some timeless and some new silhouettes for them too! Take a look and start drooling! Find details of the outfits and jewellery as well!
The ‘Dil-guldasta’ lehenga. The lehenga is intricately embroidered on Bordeaux silk with hand-dyed velvet appliques, silk-floss, beaten silver and gold thread and rose-tinted crystals and rhinestones. The look is accessorized with jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection and romanticized with a sheer, diaphanous, embroidered veil.
A lotus jade brocade lehenga encrusted with hand-cut crystals, pearls and burnt silver zardosi. A statement choker and mathapatti ties the whole look together!
Bridal lehengas lavishly hand-embroidered with silk-floss, beaten silver thread and studded with semi-precious stones, beads and pearls. And of course, paired beautifully with jewellery in 22k gold, eclectically strung together with rubies, emeralds, tourmalines, pearls and yellow sapphires.
A ‘Kumquat’ lehenga hand-embroidered with silk-floss thread, zardosi and rhinestones and framed with heritage zardosi borders. Statement choker and earrings from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection give this outfit a whimsical and playful yet heritage feel.
A ‘Sulekha’ blue lehenga hand-embroidered with silk-floss thread, zardosi and rhinestones and framed with heritage zardosi borders. The outfit is complemented with an Indian orange badla dupatta and a woven Benarasi veil. Statement choker and earrings from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection complete this picture of glamorous nostalgia.
An ornate wedding lehenga in ivory silk is first hand-painted, then appliquéd with tea-dyed velvet and over-layered with the finest of zardosi, coffee-stained pearls, rhinestones, crystals and semi-precious stones. From start to finish the entire ensemble took over 5340 hours to finish, giving it the quality of a modern heirloom.
Rich indigo and Iranian turquoise velvet lehengas intricately embroidered with zardosi, appliqué, pearls and crystals.
Inspired by Mughal miniatures and Benarasi meena, this lavish lehenga is embroidered with silk floss, antique zardosi and semi-precious stones and pearls. The lehenga is framed with a museum-quality zardosi border featuring elephants and foliage with three-dimensional relief. For a little bit of period whimsy, the lehenga is teamed with a shawl-collar portrait velvet blouse in ‘Sulekha’ blue. The look is accessorized with traditional jewellery featuring Burmese rubies, Zambian emeralds, pearls and uncut diamonds.
A lotus-pink ‘tota-mynah’ lehenga framed with a museum-quality zardosi border featuring elephants and foliage with three-dimensional relief. The look is accessorized with traditional jewellery featuring Burmese rubies, Zambian emeralds, pearls and uncut diamonds.
Inspired by Mughal miniatures and Benarasi meena, this lavish lehenga is embroidered with silk floss, antique zardosi and semi-precious stones and pearls. The lehenga is framed with a museum-quality zardosi border featuring elephants and foliage with three-dimensional relief. The look is accessorized with traditional jewellery featuring Burmese rubies, Zambian emeralds, pearls, yellow sapphires and uncut diamonds.
A baroque jacket in ivory and Iranian turquoise silk is first hand-painted, then appliquéd with tea-dyed velvet and over-layered with the finest of zardosi, coffee-stained pearls, rhinestones, crystals and semi-precious stones. It is lined with chintz-printed cotton and over-layered on top of a voluminous cotton lehenga. This couture-meets-Bohemian-whimsy ensemble is paired with a stunning vintage choker in uncut diamonds and tourmalines.
On her- a moss green silk lehenga embroidered with silk-floss thread, beaten gold bullion and semi-precious stones.
On him- a lotus jade khadi sherwani, lavishly embroidered with burnt gold zardosi.
An antique brocade lehenga is reinforced with kantha from Barasat and smeared with bel-butis created with hand-cut metal sequins. The lehenga is framed with an oversized zardosi border featuring burnt bullion, tea-dyed pearls and velvet appliqués. A museum quality chikan dupatta with a burnt zardosi border and a diaphanous odhna (veil), meticulously hand-embroidered on tulle, complete this limited edition, one-of-a-kind textile lehenga.
A silk mashru kurta, embroidered with ‘tilla’ bel-butti and border, chowki design aari-taari dupatta and a mashru gharara with ‘tilla’ details. A red bridal distinct aari-taari sarees with zardosi border.
A stunning bridal necklace in 22k gold, encrusted with rubies and emeralds and strung with pearls, is paired with a heritage tika and chaandbali set.
The look is accessorized with 22k gold, uncut diamonds, emerald and pearl jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection.
Traditional Indian jewellery in 22k gold with emeralds, rubies, pearls and desi meena detailing from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection.
A hand-painted silk sherwani depicting Indian miniature paintings and highlighted with vintage silver aari-taari. It is accessorized with a hand-painted and printed coromandel chintz silk kota safa.
From winter 2018, the Sabyasachi menswear line introduces a new house classic- a quilted silk sherwani in hand-dyed Murshidabad silk and accessorized with hand-crafted Bengal tiger buttons. The look is best paired with printed organza safas.
‘The Call of the Peacock’: A flamboyant men’s printed cotton angrakha in kanauj-pink coromandel chintz. Men in printed khadi angrakhas and silk kota turbans.
A quintessential Indian mehendi. Men in block printed angrakhas, floral and leheriya turbans. Women in kalidar kurtas, matka ‘tilla’ dupattas and organza Benarasi dupattas.
Severe power dressing in indigo and black!
There's a whole line in this collection dedicated to 'The Pashmina Collectibles', with antique shawls from the Sabyasachi textile archives which have been deconstructed and reconstructed to create one of a kind bridal lehengas for textile connoisseurs.
Textured brocades, kantha, stitched and detailed kalamkari and a multitude of vintage borders create this strong bridal kurta that is worn with a complex patchwork shawl, a Benarasi odhna and a block-printed, embroidered velvet ijaar. Kalamkari sarees in khadi from Andhra Pradesh embellished with the signature zardosi borders. Women from the villages of Barasat create beautiful hand-made tassels to fringe the pallu and pieces of textiles are sewn together to create a unique and distinctive blouse.
The gentleman wears a 'Pashmina' sherwani constructed out of a heritage Kashmiri shawl. Hand-printed silk kota dupatta and multiple layers of tourmaline and sapphire beads are the strong signature accessories to this look.
All photos courtesy sabyasachiofficial