Deepika Padukone looked amazing in a gold tissue sari from Sabyasachi’s latest couture collection. She paired it with a black velvet blouse. Photo: Yogen Shah
Sari is one of the items every bride-to-be would want to include in their trousseau list. And who is better to look up than the designs of Sabyasachi. From regal saris of velvet and net to classic Kanjeevaram, and most recently tissue sari, the brand has it all for all. Not only Bollywood divas rely on his designs but real brides, too, pick his bespoke pieces.
Sridevi in a classic Sabyasachi Kanjeevaram saree with a hand-embroidered border and blouse embellished with zardosi. Photo: Yogen Shah
Kangana Ranaut in a Kanjeevaram sari from the designer’s ‘Vasanthalaxmi’ Collection and pairs it with a prim textured silk blouse.
Manushi Chhillar in a gold Kanjeevaram sari from Sabyasachi's Vasanthalakshmi Collection, woven by the master weavers of Kanchipuram.
Kajol in a Sabyasachi sari at Kolkata Film Festival; Photo: Mohit Rai/Instagram
Manushi Chhillar in a royal blue silk matka sari meticulously hand-embroidered by master craftsmen from West Bengal.
(L) Nita Ambani in a classic Sabyasachi ivory sari in velvet and tulle, hand-embroidered with zardosi. (R) Ninta in a Sabyasachi tulle sari generously embellished with gold-tone sequins and a plain black blouse delicately hand-embroidered to provide the perfect balance of elegant dressing.