Sabyasachi Mukherjee is one of the top designers in the Indian movie fraternity; and time and again, he comes up with the most fabulous designs worn by the most stunning celebrities. Well known for creating Indian attires, Sabyasachi's sarees have their own decadent feel to them.
Sabyasachi's creations draw inspiration from everything Indian and they are a perfect example of make in India, with the hand-crafted techniques and earthy colours. The materials also have an Indian heritage to them, with the usage of handlooms and Indian silks.
All celebrities are big fans of Sabyasachi's designs and sarees. There is barely any celebrity in the industry who has not been bitten by the Sabyasachi bug.
So, let's have a look at all the beautiful stunning sarees from Sabyasachi that have adorned our beautiful B-town divas.
This south Indian siren looks incredible in this plain delicate red chiffon saree with gold embroidery on the borders of the entire saree.
This khadi saree in a beige shade with a sky blue on the borders looked stunning on the National Awardee, the frilled hem gave it a touch of antique.
A blush-pink net saree with printed floral pastel borders, paired with similar printed blouse. The floral print is of red roses, and the rest of the netting was embroidered in gold.
The actress looked so classy in this cotton jamdani saree in white and red, and she paired it up with a black deep-necked blouse. Simple yet so sophisticated.
A black net saree with hand-embroidered gold floral motifs. The gold embroidery was in 4 different shades of gold and metallic, and that's what marks a Sabyasachi special.
Recently at the Charity ball held in honour of the arrival of the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, Ash wore a stunning white saree with embroidery and mirror work on every inch of it.
A combination of drapey and strong saree material, this black saree with gold work allover looked striking paired with a full sleeved, close-necked white blouse.
A shade of pastel blush with floral patterns allover, and the best part of the saree was the border with a black and gold touch and a white lace pattern that underlined it.
Intricate and colourful, this pattern has maroon on the body of the saree and strong floral embroidery allover the pallu. The blouse acts as a contrast round-neck deep-maroon patterned pairing.
In orange and gold with a sleeveless blouse and a thin highlight of black on the borders, this saree looked like a perfect outfit for a friend's wedding.