Among the many revolutions that have taken place in the field of fashion design in India, the name of Sabyasachi Mukherjee will be inscribed at the very beginning. Although his main base is in Calcutta, his clothes have reached Delhi, Mumbai, and Hyderabad from there. Across the borders of India, clothes, and ornaments designed by Sabyasachi have taken place on the fashion maps of California, Atlanta, London, and Dubai.
Bollywood stars always appear in big events wearing Sabyasachi’s clothes. Even in the most important ceremony of life, the responsibility of the wedding dress is explained to the Sabyasachi they swear to God.
Let’s take a look at the three most talked about weddings in Bollywood, where the brides wear dresses designed by Sabyasachi. Even the groomsmen were not left out. They have also shared the creativity of Sabyasachi on their wedding day.
Anushka’s pink lehenga
Sareen Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma got married on December 11, 2017, in Tuscany, Italy. Lehenga embroidered with pink thread, floral motif design — this is how Anushka Sharma’s Mehendi outfit started.
The wedding dress also had that continuity. Anushka wore a light pink lehenga on her wedding day. Many are looking for that lehenga later. But the condition was, that would be one piece. However, it did not take long for Anushka’s wedding lehenga to come ‘fake’. On the other hand, Virat Kohli teamed up with Anushka to wear a silver lace silk sherwani on white.
Deepika’s red lehenga
Deepika Padukone’s wedding has been going on for several days. Deepika has designed various wedding dresses with the best designers in the world.
The plan has been going on for more than a year. Each garment had an imprint of Indian tradition and culture. However, she wore a red lehenga designed by Sabyasachi during her wedding on November 14, 2016. Ranbir Singh also wore a red sherwani designed by Sabyasachi at the wedding.
Priyanka’s Floral Crimson Red Lehenga
Not once, but twice, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married in two ways. For the first time in Christian rites, in a white gown. Next time in Hindu style, wearing a red lehenga. Sabyasachi made a red lehenga for the second marriage. Crimson red.
Hand-cut, crushed organza flowers across the lehenga. And placing Siam-red crystals in the middle of that flower. The lehenga was made by 110 embroiderers for 3,620 hours.