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In the 19th century, many women did not cover their torso in southern India, while some went bare-breasted under their saris in Bengal. Even a hundred years later from then, Jnanadanandini Debi, the wife of Satyendranath Tagore, was refused entry to clubs run by the British in India, for covering her breasts with her sari alone.
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Indian-style drapes and motifs have been a major influence on European scarves, even though this love was not returned. In the 1930s, many French couturiers such as Grès and Rochas began to be profoundly influenced by the Indian style of draping unstitched cloth, in part because of the international fashion expositions that took place at that time in Europe.
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Laila Tyabji, the founder of Dastkar, is almost as well-known for her personal collection of saris as she is for helping revive India's craft traditions. In an email to HuffPost India, she declared he...
Model-turned-actor and fitness enthusiast Milind Soman is planning to revolutionise the sari in a way no Indian designer ever has. According to reports, Soman, who recently won the Ironman title, is p...
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In an attempt to revive the dying art of conversation in today’s social-media driven world, 20-year-old Madhura Kulkarni has designed an LED Emoji Bag. “People in the 21st century are so engrossed in...
Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s clothing lines hardly have any problems when it comes to stealing the limelight at various fashion shows. However, he outdid himself at last year’s Amazon India Couture...