French chiffons, silks, laces and tulle have been used in the collection and the colour palette is decidedly young/pop along with sophisticated evening colours like midnight blue. Special attention has been paid in this collection to the detailing and cut of the blouse that accompanies each saree.
Embroidery detailing is kept to a minimum allowing the JADE cocktail sarees to flow gracefully. Saree draping workshops will be held to explain the nuances of a variety of saree drapes and there will also be a saree draper at the JADE store on both days of the festival. For those who want to don a saree on the go, there will be a variety of pre pleated saree options.
Speaking about the collection, designers Monica & Karishma of JADE, comment “At JADE, we revere the saree and consider it our ideal canvas, the play of colours, embroidery and draping make the saree an absolute joy to design. In many ways, the saree is a reflection of our design philosophy, effortless elegance".
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