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Sneha Saha line uses dyeing & stain technique at LFW
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Mar '13
It was a gorgeous blend of natural hand woven fabrics along with dyeing and stain techniques that created magic on the ramp as the models glided down in Sneha S Saha’s collection.

Selecting the most intricate traditional techniques like Japanese etajimi, Shibori and Indonesian batik, Sneha’s label “Siyaahin” (meaning ‘ink’ in Urdu) gave her creations that stunning contemporary touch.

Using cotton, linen and silk, Sneha fashioned these into slinky gowns and stylish dresses for the modern woman. Her clever use of traditional and contemporary techniques was the highlight of the collection.

Called “Postage” the interesting pocket watch and clock prints gave the traditional fabrics a modern twist. Asymmetric printed dresses, flared solid jackets, pants with off-centre opening blouses, shirts teamed with waistcoats and a stylish mix of print and solid gave the creations a trendy look.

The final blousoned pleated jumpsuit in silk was a perfect summer evening choice. Sneha S Saha’s collection with its unique style will add a fashionable angle to summer wardrobes.

Sneha .S. Saha


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