Couturier Seema Gujral has launched her first-ever Flagship store at Dhan Mill, New Delhi. The store was formally launched on 19th January 2024, with an exclusive special preview evening. The theme of the store is inspired by the core essence of the brand; putting a modern lens on traditional Indian aesthetics, a signature statement of everything Seema Gujral creates.
Inspired by her roots, Seema Gujral's designs effortlessly marry traditional aesthetics with contemporary allure. This seamless fusion is eloquently showcased in her latest collection — Inara. A testimony to her unwavering commitment to celebrating and empowering Indian heritage and textiles, Inara holds a special place in Gujral's heart.
The key here is to invest in winter 2023 trends that may never go out of style. From long black jackets and metallic prints for your Christmas and New Year parties to clutch bags that you can keep all year long, here are some winter trends that you can incorporate into your wardrobe:
Shivani Awasty's recent edit, Syren, is an ode to the fearless spirit of women. Fearless and elegant, with a touch of high-octane glamour, best describes couturier Shivani Awasty's latest collection — Syren. Aptly named after the Greek mythical creatures, 'sirens,' this collection is a celebration of the alluring and fascinating qualities that define a woman.
Imagine this: sarees with sassy pussy-bow blouses, lehengas flirting with chic crop tops with dramatic sleeves, and oh-so-embroidered one-shoulder kurta-trouser duos in snazzy, contemporary silhouettes. It's like tradition met a swanky makeover. Wondering how to go about it, worry not, we've rounded up some trending ethnic looks that'll make you the star of every event, striking that perfect balance between tradition and cool contemporary vibes. So, get ready to slay, Diwali style!
In the latest collection ‘Bulbul’, the designer artfully weaves together threads of her childhood memories, creating a festive/bridal edit that leaves an enduring impression with its ethereal designs. It's not merely a collection; it's a voyage through Saroj Jalan's life, a tapestry of emotions and experiences expressed through fabric and form.