Saturday, 4 August 2012

A perfect embodiment of less is more!

The glamours fashion industry is in the business of creating moments out of moods, and trends from the temporal. And Sabyasachi does this effortlessly time and time again to lure us into his new, exotic and extraordinary creations.

I am not sure if you could call me a fashion maven as I am not a big fan of complicated and confusing silhouettes. A lot of frou-foru simply does not work for me; ruffles, frills, feathers, fringe etc  just does not tickle my taste buds and I guess that is why I am so in love with what Sabyasachi offers. Simple, uncomplicated, elegant and timeless clothes which can make one feel beautiful no matter who they are.
Since having been introduced to Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s creations I have started to understand and appreciate the art of fashion - the construction, the lines, the drape, the statement. Clothes that tell a story, define elegance and are of impeccable taste. Drapes that are crated with ultimate artistry, giving women something they could live in bringing minimalism to a new, chic level. For over a decade now he has provided us with understated sleek, sensitively embellished, muted colours silhouettes; something we all turn to when the mood calls for restraint. Sabyasachi Mukherjee has manoeuvred the Indian fashion scene in a completely different direction developing a ‘new austerity’ in fashion.

He epitomises the holy grail of timeless classic and simplicity, clothes that embodies the modern uncongenial woman . He has set the standard for the exercise of restrain.  In many ways Sabyasachi has made us re-examine our lives. He has started a crusade to promote minimalism that is all about quality, desirability, pragmatic tailoring, minimal adornment and femininity.

Although Sabyasachi has been dominating the fashion scene for over a decade now, his creations always have the same focal point. 
His brand has worked hard to deliver his aspirational vision. For him reductivism has been a means of progress and innovation.To grow by leaps and bounds in this competitive fashion industry for over a decade undoubtedly makes Sabyasachi Mukherjee a rare breed indeed.

With Sabyasachi Mukherjee minimalism continues to slowly grow in popularity. Less in the new more!

What do you think?

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  1. I completely agree with your views on this post about Sabyasachi Mukherjee setting a new standard when it comes to less is more. What a wonderful way of portraying a designer you have convinced me in parting with my money to buy a Sabyasachi sari!

  2. True could not agree more . I love Sabyasachi clothes because they are so understated and wearable. This blog is a great read, good job.

  3. Couldn't agree with you more. Each of Sabyasachi's simple creation brings out the extra-ordinary beauty in the person whose body it adorns. Sigh!! such understated beauty. Sigh! when can I own one..!

  4. Couldn't agree with you more.! Such understated beauty. Each of Sabyasachi's creation is so simple and yet is able to bring the extra-ordinary beauty in the person whose body it adorns. Sigh! When can I have one of my own.!

  5. I absolutely adore Sabyasachi too! The workmanship and quality is outstanding !! Wearing a sabyasachi outfit makes you feel like a princess :)

  6. So beautifuly potrayed, I am seriously considering buying A sabuasachi outfit now, reading this blog it makes me feel as if it is almost a necessity for an Indian women like me. The only thing I need to justify is the cost. Maybe you should do a post about convincing me and many others like me about paying for designer clothes? Love Sabyasachi's clothes and this blog, Keep going.