The range showcased a unique blend of western silhouettes embellished by traditional Indian work in fabrics like silk, organza, georgette and linen.
The colour palette comprised versatile, timeless shades of fairy white, dusky coal, olive green, and citrus yellow – which stayed true to the nature inspired theme.
The collection comprised coat-like kurtis, dresses, jackets, trousers, tops and skirts for women while also focusing on semi formal men’s wear such as blazers and sleek trousers.
Clean slender cuts accentuated by bright defined dragonfly prints, lines, pops of colour, vertical gathers and further decorated by self developed jamdani weaves, gave his collection a subtly daring edge.
Unconventional and simply delightful ‘The Dragonfly Effect’ by Sayantan Sarkar is one collection which any Fashionista would dream of.
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