THE DURBAR COLLECTION
Inspired by the ceremonial dresses of 1911 Delhi Durbar, the costumes are designed using rich brocades, silks and velvets teamed with delicate chiffons and shimmers; bringing to life the splendor and sanctity of the bygone era.
Intricate embroidery, karcho work, velvet cutting, heavy zardosi work, studded precious stones combine with tonalities of solid hues to appreciatively fuse the historic with the contemporary.
Recreating sophisticated elegance and unmatched grandeur, the collection presents – Rich Brocades, Silks and Velvets as they dance with delicate Chiffons and Shimmers bringing to life the magnificence of the bygone era.
Grand Sarees, Kalidar Ghaghras and Anarkalis, richly gathered Gheras, Bandis and Blouses are accentuated with Odhanas and Dupattas all richly embellished. The Maharaja collection is equally rich with Silk Kurtas, Achkans, Sherwanis, Chogas, Bandgalas and trend setting Breeches
to View Durbar Collection
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