Remember the time when Deepika Padukone left us spellbound with her Bajirao Mastani look? We are sure that the memory of her twirling and dancing in that gorgeous golden anarkali in the song Deewani Mastani is still fresh in your mind. And now, once again Deepika has managed to leave us stunned, this time in a Sabyasachi Mukherjee creation. The iconic designer just launched his heritage collection ‘The Sabyasachi Red’. The collection includes bridal wear, lehengas and sarees in fabrics like Matka silk and Banarasi silk. The collection features intricate embroidery with hand-cut metal sequins and is completely mesmerizing. Have a look!
‘The Sabyasachi Red’ signature Indian Bridal-wear. #Sabyasachi #TheWorldofSabyasachi #MakeinIndia #HeritageCollection #IndianDesigner #IndianCouture #SabyasachiRed #RambaghPalace #FalaknumaPalace Location Courtesy: @tajfalaknuma
Deepika Padukone posed for a royal portrait shoot for the designer in a red Banarasi saree and we just can’t take our eyes off! A statement necklace, winged eyeliner and a bright shade of red lipstick completed her royal look. Love the vintage looking earrings too.
Deepika Padukone in ‘The Sabyasachi Red’ Benares Revival Saree from our Heritage Collection. @deepikapadukone #Sabyasachi #TheWorldofSabyasachi #MakeinIndia #HeritageCollection #IndianDesigner #IndianCouture2017 #SabyasachiRed #RevivingBenaras #RambaghPalace #FalaknumaPalace Photo Courtesy : Nilaya by Asian Paints. @worldofnilaya @asianpaints
And it’s not just Deepika who is in love with the collection. Aishwarya Rai too wore a matka red saree from the collection for Ganpati festivities and looked like a dream.
The Sabyasachi Red Aishwarya Rai Bachchan @aishwaryarai at the Ganpati Festival in Lalbaugcha Raja. Wearing ‘The Sabyasachi Red’ Matka Saree from our Heritage Collection. #Sabyasachi #TheWorldOfSabyasachi #AishwaryaRaiBachchan #MakeinIndia #HeritageCollection #AutumnWinterCouture2017 #IndianDesigner #IndianCouture2017 #SabyasachiRed Styled by @theanisha
With these Bollywood leading ladies donning it for various events, every bride-to-be too would want to include at least one Sabyasachi saree in her trousseau too. What say?