Sanjukta Dutta | Lakmé Fashion Week A/W 2016
Know for exploring the difference shades of the Assamese traditional Sari, designer Sanjukta Dutta presented an exquisite range of hand-crafted saris at Lakmé Fashion Week. Her collection is an amalgamation of cultures with temple motifs from South India to the colourful silk threads from Assam.
The sultry Bipasha Basu was the showstopper in a traditional red number.
Sanjukta Dutta believes that clothing is not just a pieces of cloth but a key integral part of every human being and their identity. It is her central belief that one's clothing tells a story of not just the kind of person you are, but also the mood you are in. Sanjukta Dutta an excellent Assamese designer creates a unique combination of merging traditions from different geographic areas into one garment.
The base of this entire collection is Assamese Mekhela - Chador but beautified by incoperating traditional designs of different parts of the country into it. Rajasthani traditions, South Indian traditions, embroidery, modern digital printing, are a few landmark traditions and techniques which are used by Sanjukta to give a new-fangled look to age old Assamese dresses.