Manish Malhotra Rewinds Indian Fashion Back to Ancient Crafts

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Manish Malhotra one of the modern and leading fashion designer in India, who often works with leading bollywood ladies like Priyanka Chopra, Katrina Kaif, Sonam Kapoor has recently released his latest saris under the label ‘Regal Threads’ which creating a buzz in many clothing stores around the Mumbai city. Malhotra started his career in high frame by modernizing the traditional Indian wardrobes, in most cases he mixes traditional saris with custom designed shirts and also never timid on altering the garments silhouette.

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The veteran fashion designer Malhotra works with the motto as “It’s all about breaking rules”. And for his recent collection under “Regal Threads” he uses the traditional banarasi weaves from East India and mix up with the western checks & stripes, that results with modernism.

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The banarasi saris from Manish Malhotra’s latest regal threads give modern twist with the traditional look from Uttar Pradesh eastern part of India collaborates with the check prints of western traits.  Top designers across the nation praised the veteran Manish for overlaying bold, golden floral along with the soft wool fabric on Indian traditional wearing.

The most highlighting part of wardrobes introduced under Manish’s Regal Threads is that all materials are created using handloom instead of using the modern method of power loom. The process just rewinds the original craftsmanship of the sari across the nation.

The Pictures of popular celebrities like Shilpa Shetty seen by wearing the latest collection of Manish’s Regal Threads has gone viral in social media and grabbed several likes from fashion lovers across the world. On the recent functions, the designer Manish Malhotra said that it’s very good to see many fashion designers are interested in working with handloom and textiles and for it’s very exciting and looks to do more particularly on getting the traditional saris back on race.