Sabyasachi Mukherjee spring summer 2018 has already arrived. Sabyasachi Mukherjee is the god of Indian couture. Since my childhood, I have always been fancy about those outdated saree patterns & vintage jewellery.

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Bollywood actress in Sabyasachi Designs. 

He digs out his trend & collection from different parts of India keeping the authenticity of that specific tribe as real as possible. Let’s have a look at Sabyasachi Mukherjee Spring Summer Collection 2018 right here-

One of my big inspirations comes from my endless archive of black and white photographs of pre and post independent India. Some of the most iconic pictures are of women at polo matches across the country. On Her: A classic hand-printed polka dot organza saree with a crystal border and a textured raw silk full sleeve blouse. The look is accessorised with retro sunglasses and a lavish earring and neckpiece set in uncut and fine-cut diamonds from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection. On Him: Textured white sherwani with house buttons and a chanderi safa. A Sabyasachi house classic. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #SabyasachiJewelry #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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The heartland of India wears ‘cheent’. In other words, printed cotton. As I travel down gypsy trails in pursuit of ‘banjaras’, meander through the ‘gullies’ of Benaras or simply take a tram-car ride across central Calcutta, I find cheent everywhere. Amongst gypsies and prostitutes, the common man on the road, the young and the old. It peeps out as box pleated petticoats under humble sarees, decorates the walls of decadent homes, makes an appearance on a battered umbrella, canvas slippers, lamp shades, ‘mem-saheb’ dresses, badly stitched bags or sometimes even as faded café curtains blocking the view of a voyeuristic eye. And therefore, I have an obsession with cheent. It makes an appearance again and again in my collections, almost every summer. This time as summer blooms painted by The Sabyasachi Art Foundation. In hyper-volatile colours. The ladies are wearing the ‘Phagwara’ kurta with hand-printed ‘cheent’ ijar pants and chiffon dupattas. Their ensembles are detailed with ‘tilla’ borders and hand-made tassels. Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi @sabyasachiaccessories

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The essence of our Bhartiya Sabyata was lost somewhere under the limelight of modern fashion. Then, there was this ray of hope who was working hard silently to give a new face to the roots of original Indian fashion. The name is Sabyasachi Mukherjee, who has curated the forgotten designs & patterns of Indian couture with the slight touch of modernisation.

The heartland of India wears ‘cheent’. In other words, printed cotton. As I travel down gypsy trails in pursuit of ‘banjaras’, meander through the ‘gullies’ of Benaras or simply take a tram-car ride across central Calcutta, I find cheent everywhere. Amongst gypsies and prostitutes, the common man on the road, the young and the old. It peeps out as box pleated petticoats under humble sarees, decorates the walls of decadent homes, makes an appearance on a battered umbrella, canvas slippers, lamp shades, ‘mem-saheb’ dresses, badly stitched bags or sometimes even as faded café curtains blocking the view of a voyeuristic eye. And therefore, I have an obsession with cheent. It makes an appearance again and again in my collections, almost every summer. This time as summer blooms painted by The Sabyasachi Art Foundation. In hyper-volatile colours. On Him: Hand-printed ‘cheent’ kurta churidaar in khadi, Indian purple textured raw silk Nehru jacket with hand-embroidered monogram and house buttons. The look is accessorised with our iconic Sabyasachi juttis in ivory leather and a leheriya printed kota safa. On Her: Lime green raw silk ‘Lajwanti’ blouse with ‘marori’ and ‘tilla’ detail and a hand-printed chiffon saree with ‘tilla’ border. Her look is accessorised with a lemon capsule clutch and pink ‘Lajwanti’ jutti. She wears our iconic ‘East of Bengal’ chandbalis in 22k gold inspired by motifs from Calcutta during the British Raj. Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #SabyasachiJewelry #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi @sabyasachiaccessories

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Sabyasachi Mukherjee embraced it all from Mang tikka to traditional Banarasi sarees in his fashion line. He has alone established a world of class & beauty where every woman looks like an Indian goddess. Every Indian women’s dreams to be a Sabyasachi bride.

‘Couture is an attitude, not a price point’ – Jeremy Scott, Creative Director at Moschino Confidence gives you a sense of freedom. And I see that reflecting in the choices that brides make today. What is good enough for some to wear in a mehendi, becomes bridal for some. These decisions are not affected by price restrictions, they are merely forward thinking choices. More and more brides I meet are going forward and embracing a sense of whimsy. Our iconic organza lehengas encapsulate that spirit of thought. Hand-painted by 43 artists from The Sabyasachi Art Foundation, these diaphanous, floaty and spirited lehengas have the volume of couture and the lightness demanded by modern times. Pair them with head-turning effervescent bright blouses and statement jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection. Surprise with open hair and barely there make-up. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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I was eleven years old when I went to see the Gemini Circus. The trapeze artists, the tigers, the galloping horses and even the clown is just a blur in my memory. But I can still smell the turmeric popcorn and I distinctly remember the marquee. It was massive, sprawling across the entire maidan in striped canvas. Red and green. Colourful festoons and fairy lights in every shade of bright, danced and glittered under an evening sky. The thought never left me and I knew one day, it would surface up as an inspiration for one of my collections. Featured here: Women in printed and hand-embroidered silk matka lehengas juxtaposed with floral embroidered blouses in hyper-contrast. The strong graphic look is rain-washed with fluttery organza dupattas in whimsical colours. Wear your hair loose with strong glares, ethnic chandbalis and a multitude of glass bangles for an playful ‘street-couture’ style. The gents stand shoulder to shoulder in hyper-coloured cheent kurta-churidaars and contrasting Nehru jackets. India-psychedelic at a lazy mehendi pool party. Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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I was eleven years old when I went to see the Gemini Circus. The trapeze artists, the tigers, the galloping horses and even the clown is just a blur in my memory. But I can still smell the turmeric popcorn and I distinctly remember the marquee. It was massive, sprawling across the entire maidan in striped canvas. Red and green. Colourful festoons and fairy lights in every shade of bright, danced and glittered under an evening sky. The thought never left me and I knew one day, it would surface up as an inspiration for one of my collections. Featured here: Women in printed and hand-embroidered silk matka lehengas juxtaposed with floral embroidered blouses in hyper-contrast. The strong graphic look is rain-washed with fluttery organza dupattas in whimsical colours. Wear your hair loose with strong glares, ethnic chandbalis and a multitude of glass bangles for an playful ‘street-couture’ style. The gents stand shoulder to shoulder in hyper-coloured cheent kurta-churidaars and contrasting Nehru jackets. India-psychedelic at a lazy mehendi pool party. Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Shoe Courtesy: Christian Louboutin @louboutinworld @cl.india #ChristianLouboutin Video Courtesy: Sabyasachi Music Courtesy: The Sabyasachi Culture Foundation. Rights from Saregama. Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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Well, There is a language barrier to express the grace & attitude reflects out of his designs & style since Hindi has apt vocab for this creativity. Sabyasachi is such a charismatic designer whose designs will never fade away since he reminds us of our foundation from where fashion begins.

The heartland of India wears ‘cheent’. In other words, printed cotton. As I travel down gypsy trails in pursuit of ‘banjaras’, meander through the ‘gullies’ of Benaras or simply take a tram-car ride across central Calcutta, I find cheent everywhere. Amongst gypsies and prostitutes, the common man on the road, the young and the old. It peeps out as box pleated petticoats under humble sarees, decorates the walls of decadent homes, makes an appearance on a battered umbrella, canvas slippers, lamp shades, ‘mem-saheb’ dresses, badly stitched bags or sometimes even as faded café curtains blocking the view of a voyeuristic eye. And therefore, I have an obsession with cheent. It makes an appearance again and again in my collections, almost every summer. This time as summer blooms painted by The Sabyasachi Art Foundation. In hyper-volatile colours. Printed in fine khadi to create languid kurtas and sarees embellished with ‘tilla’ borders. Combined with reflective sunnies, shimmering skin and dangling chandbalis, they evoke a potent and sexual image of a tropical summer. Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi

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A definite trend for Spring-Summer 2018 is rustic baroque. Humble fabrics like khadi co-existing with sumptuous silks and brocades, prints marrying embroidery, sophisticated florals aligning with peasant stripes. Our khadi saree and anarkali helps you navigate destination weddings with this contradicting essence of neo-luxury. This trend extends to our jewellery as well. Big precious uncut diamonds and tourmalines are threaded together with corals and turquoise beads to create spectacular neck-pieces and teekas that merge serious intent with a whimsical spirit. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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I have an obsession for Shikargah etchings and paintings. And I have an even bigger obsession for Shikargah sarees from Benaras. For the uninitiated, the word ‘Shikargah’ is of Persian origin and depicts a game preserve. Regional flora and fauna and royal hunting scenes are either vividly or abstractly depicted. In our effort to preserve silk screen printing in West Bengal, we created these 29 colour Shikargah prints for our organza sarees. Each saree takes over 9 hours for 2 printers to finish and in today’s time the complication of production easily elevates it to modern couture. Our models are styled with beautiful old world blouses, heritage South Indian jewellery studded with Burmese rubies (from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection) and retro sunglasses for added quirk. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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Hand-printed florals are almost a tradition at Sabyasachi. Painstakingly hand-painted by 43 artists at The Sabyasachi Art Foundation, they are remastered on diaphanous organza sarees for the Spring-Summer 2018 collection. Eclectic and contrasting blouses, statement teekas and necklaces, nude make-up and open hair create a hip and cool look for destination summer weddings. Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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Destination weddings are quite shaping the future of bridal wear. Taking cues from our heritage, and marrying them to contemporary needs, we at Sabyasachi are constantly redefining Indian bridal wear. ‘An Endless Summer’ is almost a ready-to-wear take on bridal couture. Effortless chic being the buzzword, the clothes are lighter, brighter, measured and sophisticated. Post Anushka’s wedding, the new beauty trend is ‘au naturel’. Colour gets out of make-up completely and dives into clothes. An imperceptible flush on the cheek, glossy and glassy lips, mirrored sunnies, open hair and statement jewellery create the new look. Wear colour with confidence and mash it up with panache. On Her: An ‘Indian purple’ hand-embroidered silk lehenga with ‘tilla’ work detail is paired with a pink heritage benarasi dupatta from our Benaras Revival collection. The strong colours are bridged by our iconic ivory textured raw silk ‘kanthi’ blouse. The look is accessorised with uncut diamond jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection. On Him: A textured white sherwani with house buttons and a chanderi safa. A Sabyasachi house classic. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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Blame it on ‘The Sound of Music’ but I find extreme matchy-matchy very endearing. So be brave enough to wear a single colour head-to-toe. Especially if it is in statement yellow. On Her: A hand-embroidered sleeveless yellow body-con kurta is paired with a hand-printed organza dupatta and statement jewellery from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection. On Him: A textured yellow raw silk sherwani with house buttons, a matching silk-twill pocket square and a luscious hand-printed organza safa. A twist to our house classic. Jewellery courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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Destination weddings are quite shaping the future of bridal wear. Taking cues from our heritage, and marrying them to contemporary needs, we at Sabyasachi are constantly redefining Indian bridal wear. ‘An Endless Summer’ is almost a ready-to-wear take on bridal couture. Effortless chic being the buzzword, the clothes are lighter, brighter, measured and sophisticated. Post Anushka’s wedding, the new beauty trend is ‘au naturel’. Colour gets out of make-up completely and dives into clothes. An imperceptible flush on the cheek, glossy and glassy lips, mirrored sunnies, open hair and statement jewellery create the new look. Wear colour with confidence and mash it up with panache. On Her: Hand-embroidered ‘Indian purple’ raw silk lehenga-choli with a hand-printed chiffon dupatta. The ensemble is tied together with antique ‘tilla’ borders from Kashmir. The look is kept young, organic and summer fresh with nude make-up, open hair, jadau teeka and glass bangles. Jewellery courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection On Him: A textured white sherwani with house buttons and a chanderi safa. A Sabyasachi house classic. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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Destination weddings are quite shaping the future of bridal wear. Taking cues from our heritage, and marrying them to contemporary needs, we at Sabyasachi are constantly redefining Indian bridal wear. ‘An Endless Summer’ is almost a ready-to-wear take on bridal couture. Effortless chic being the buzzword, the clothes are lighter, brighter, measured and sophisticated. Post Anushka’s wedding, the new beauty trend is ‘au naturel’. Colour gets out of make-up completely and dives into clothes. An imperceptible flush on the cheek, glossy and glassy lips, mirrored sunnies, open hair and statement jewellery create the new look. Wear colour with confidence and mash it up with panache. On Her: Hand-embroidered ‘Rama green’ raw silk lehenga-choli with a hand-printed chiffon dupatta. The ensemble is tied together with antique ‘tilla’ borders from Kashmir. The look is kept young, organic and summer fresh with nude make-up, open hair, jadau teeka and glass bangles. Jewellery courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection On Him: A textured white sherwani with house buttons and a chanderi safa. A Sabyasachi house classic. For all jewellery related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma #Sabyasachi #AnEndlessSummer #SpringSummer2018 #SS18 #DestinationWeddings #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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