Like every year, he opened the Amazon India Couture Week Show with his amazing collections. His theme for this year was called Bater collection- named after a very common hunting bird in India. This year he has unveiled some new colors, designs and style.
Apart from this, there was a surprise element with Christian Louboution adding glam quotient to already stylized Sabyasachi outfits. Yes Christian Louboution, the famous shoe designer designed special shoes for the ethnic collection of Sabyasachi. Louboutin has designed women’s shoes for Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and Maud Frizon. He has topped the Luxury Institute’s annual Luxury Brand Status Index (LBSI) for three years; the brand’s offerings were declared the Most Prestigious Women’s Shoes in 2007, 2008, and 2009. And currently Louboutin has become the most searched-for shoe brand online.
The Bater collection reflected in his dark colored ensembles with gothic looks. The colors used by him were completely different- bronze, black, gunmetal, oxblood, pale grey, dark blue, and green apart from the basic red. He used mostly sheer and see through fabrics to make his colors look more appealing.
He used slim cut lehenga which is a rage this season. Aside from that, he made ample use of bikini style cholis, ruffles, sheer neckline, backless style patterns, and jackets to make his collection stand apart. The saris also had a distinct floral element into them.
Sabyasachi has carved a niche for himself with his intricate embroidered and detailed works. This time too he stunned everyone with his beautiful designed lehenga with gold studded motifs. He also used a lot of brocade to make his designs look more elegant.
The Shoe Element
Any attire is incomplete without the perfect shoe. And this time it was the Parisian shoe designer Christian Louboutin to make the look more confident and empowered with his beautiful designed stilettos. The stilettos were like his signature red soles but with beautiful intricate designs.
Indian brides fantasize about Sabyasachi lehenga on their wedding day and rightfully so. After all, Sabyasachi makes it a point to preserve the essence of Indian heritage with embroidery and other handicrafts embedded in his beautiful collections. His collection proves this time and time again.