Your wardrobe wouldn’t be complete without a selected range of ethnic wear that keeps the style quotient up, while letting you be comfortable. These days, designers have the best collection of fusion styles with individualistic, handcrafted designs. These designs can be donned easily by any age group, be it college girls or working ladies.
1. Farida Gupta
The designer behind the much-loved Kurtas, Farida is a stickler for indigenous handicrafts & fabrics. Her kurtas are hand-crafted and offer an ideal mix of native motifs & handicrafts with modern silhouettes & styling.
2. Zahida Amin
Zahida Amin is a woman with an extraordinary spirit who is working towards her passion of promoting Kashmiri handicrafts against all odds. Her collection includes alluring unstitched kurtas that exemplify elegance with their royal shades & intricate Kashmiri hand embroidery
3. Gitanjali Ganpathy
Gitanjali believes in living out her passions. Her works are infused with exuberance & feminine charm. Each of her designs offers spectacular shades with an elegant yet glamourous look.
4. Bandita Mushahary
She is the owner of the label "Bibaar". An alumnus of Pearl Academy, Bandita has made it her mission to provide a wider platform to the fine art of Assamese weaving. Her collections of dupattas & jackets are a testimony to her love for her heritage juxtaposed with intricate embroideries.
5. Priyanka Mathur
An alumnus of NIFT, she worked in the retail industry to learn the business and with the artisans to learn the intricacies of handicrafts. She has used her decade-long experience in the textile industry to create masterful kurtas & unstitched suit pieces using this block prints with a modern twist.
6. Suparna Mitra
Suparna’s love for textiles & colours is visible in the use of fabrics of her chic pieces. Some of her sarees flaunt extensive contemporary patterns all over the six yards; while others feature traditional motifs on the borders as well as Jamdani pallus.
7. Amrita Chaudhary
Disha Shekhawati was started by Amrita Chaudhary, as a fight to bring financial independence and self sustainance within herself and other women of Sujangarh, Churu. These women have created marvelous dupattas that are chic & stylish with a gratifying story of women’s struggle for self-sustenance shining in their resplendent colors.
8. Pankaj Arora
A NIFT 2009 graduate, Pankaj is the winner of Amsterdam India Festival in 2008, and a finalist of grand finale Wills India Fashion Week. His collections includes gowns and sarees.
9. Sabir Ali
Straight from the gullies of Jaipur, Sabir brings you leheriya sarees and dupattas. He has used some breathtaking colour combinations to create his collection.
So go shopping and adorn your look with beautiful, cool kurtis this summer.
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