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ICW 2014 opened today with a visual dream presented by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The first day first show of India Couture Week 2014 was given to veteran fashion designer Sabyasachi. He presented his collection titled ‘Ferozabad' in the form of a vintage dream. The stage was set like the insides of an ornate luxury train.
The collection in itself was rich in nudes, peachs and heavy embroidery. The base of most of the designs was nude in colour. The colour of the embroidery and embellishments varied. Some of the outfits were embroidered with silver, others with gold and some with red. We saw a number of Indian silhouette with plunging necklines. As is customary, there can never be a Sabyasachi collection with some really fascinating sarees.
The sarees in Sayasachi Mukherjee's collection were mostly made of Banarasi silk and katha. There were some Parsi coats and bandhgalas for men. We saw super model Carol Gracias among the models walking for Sabyasachi. She was dressed in a poplin kurta and wide bottomed palazzo pants. Rani Mukherjee was at the Sabyasachi show at ICW 2014 in a beige coloured saree and black blouse with a plunging neckline.
This time Sabyasachi gives us a bonanza of Banarasi silk sarees with katha work on them. We can see a number of sarees in deep maroon hues. The blouses are mostly made out of heavy katha fabric.
We can see a collection of Indian silhouettes in the collection with drapes over one shoulder. The light pastel coloured organza garments have plunging necklines.
Bandhgalas n Parsi Coats
Men have a place in Sabyasachi's collection as well. He gives us a variety of printed Parsi coats along with bandhgalas and churidars.
If you are looking out for something light and playful for this season, here is the perfect chiffon saree for you. This sheer saree has shimmering embellishments making it perfect for day wear or party wear
This bandhgala Indian silhouette is a result of intricate embroidery and mix of fabrics. The colours are brown, beige and bottle green. You can see hints of mirror work and floral patterned embroidery.
White Saree With Bandhgala Blouse
This is a plain white chiffon saree with a thin red border and light embellishments on the pallu. It was been draped over a simple bandhgala blouse with three fourth sleeves.
Front Open Silhouette
This is a front open silhouette in shades of nude and red embroidery. This dress with a plunging neckline coming up to the navel is new innovation in Sabyasachi's collection.
Indian Silhouette With Drape
This is another new creation from Sabyasachi. He has presented this pastel blue Indian silhoute with a drape over the shoulder that makes it look like a lehenga choli. There is heavy work on the sleeved coming up to the elbows.
Pale Blue Tulle Saree
This is another pale blue number from the latest Sabyasachi collection at ICW 2014. It is embellished with dotted details and draped over a sleeveless blouse.
Orange Lehenga Saree
At last we get to see something that can be described in conventional terms. This is a stunning pale orange lehenga saree with dotted embellishments.
Shimmering Organza Saree
These sheer sarees are made of organza as is obvious from the pale shimmer of the garments. Both the sarees are draped over full sleeved blouses.
Zari Work On The Blouse
Most designer sarees come with a blouse as part of a complete outfit. This pale blue saree has a blouse with heavy zari work on the blouse.
This outfit looks like an improvised sharara that is created out of silver work and delicate tulle fabric.
Nude Saree With Floral Details
This nude coloured saree is plain apart from the border that has stand out floral details in blue colour.
Printed Skirt With Parsi Coat
This outfit comprises a floral printed skirt, a Parsi coat and an embellished drape. We particularly like the Parsi vest embellished with electric blue floral details.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee's show for ICW 2014 was attended by good friend and patron Rani Mukherjee who wore a beige coloured saree with silver work draped over a black coloured blouse with a deep neckline. Needless to say that the saree was from Sabyasachi's couture.
Peplum Kurta n Palazzo Pants
This a trend that we have marked for the nest season. Sabyasachi presented models in loose peplum kurtas with wide bottom palazzo pants.
Bandhgala Short Kurta
This beige coloured full-sleeved short kurta was worn with a churidar of the same colour. The kurta has heavy silver zardosi work.
This is a new and improvised form of the traditional sharara. The short kurta is a peplum making the outfit look different.
This is another conventional outfit in Sabyasachi's collection. The full-sleeved black choli was worn over a beige lehenga with silver work. The drape was plain balancing the outfit perfectly.
Black n Gold Lehenga Skirt
This ensemble was a round neck crop top worn over a black velvet skirt with gold embroidery. The contrast was striking.
Bandhgala Nehru Coat & Printed Pants
Sabyasachi presented his male models in printed pants with plain Nehru coats. The ensemble was finished with a printed scarf wrapped around the neck.
In Shades Of Orange
This was a similar outfit but the colours used were shades of orange. This is one of the rare outfits that spotted in the collection that had a fiesta of warm colours.
Red & Gold Saree
This was our favourite piece from Sabyasachi's recent collection. A rust red saree with matte gold dots on it. The katha saree is stunner. We can already imagine Vidya Balan wearing it.
This was typical bandhgala Indian silhouette that had mirror work all over it. It is a perfect outfit for you if you are attending a wedding and do not want to wear a saree.
Peach Lehenga Choli
This outfit was very similar to the Indian silhouettes we have been observing in this collection. However, it was a lehenga choli.
This outfit is a floral printed silhouette with a drape over it. This outfit also has lace belt over the waist. This is one of our favourite dresses from the collection. Lets see which celebrity picks it.