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Sabyasachi’s new Summer 2020 collection is for the modern bohemian bride

Good news for all would-be-brides. Ace Indian couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee unveiled his Summer 2020 collection last evening on Instagram, and anyone who is a keen follower of the ace designer’s work will approve.

With rich variations of gold interspersed with multi-coloured stripes, beautiful gota work on net dupattas, exquisite elbow length blouses with intricate embroideries, and prints inspired by the royal palaces, the line is a shift from the signature designs one associated with Sabya. Moving beyond florals, this one goes back to roots with a blitzkrieg of colours.

For summer 2020, India’s fashion numero uno is rolling out bridal finery fit for the bohemian bride. There is an undertone of ease without  compromising on the singature Sabya finesse. Once again, there are pieces beyond the traditional lehenga. Wide legged trousers inspired by the traditional shararas are one of the highlights.

Picking out some whimsical floral motifs from his rich repository of prints, the collection is set on a base of bright yellows and creams. For those who want to pick beautiful separates by the designer (and maybe pair them with denims), a whole range of short kurtis is on offer. Once again, full length kurtas paired with salwaars are having a moment and the mosaic inspired embroideries add a touch of royalty. We say rope them in for a perfect mehendi or a sangeet look.

Those of you who have been following up Sabya’s trajectory of work will understand his love for half-and-half sarees, and this time there are a few contemporary renditions of the same. He has also put together a range of beautiful floral anarkalis, befitting the perfect engagement ceremony. We get to see some breezy kaftans too, which go beyond the bridal trend wheel (perfect for the honeymoon).

The signature Sabyasachi handbags with rich embroideries make a stylish comeback — the Nani Buckets will lure handbag aficionados. Featuring the traditional Rajasthani mirror work, these leather bags make it to our favourites’ list.

All iamges: Courtesy Instagram / Sabyasachi

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