When Sabyasachi stated that Indian women who don't know how to wear saris should be ashamed of themselves, he didn't explicitly state that Indian women should wear saris at all times. But to burden them with a compulsion is unfair.
While Deepika Padukone is seen in a multi-coloured outfit here, Padukone seems to have made her love for pink and red Banarasis pretty clear during her recent appearances, interestingly donning saris as her outfits of choice.
For the promotions of her upcoming movie Padmaavat, Deepika Padukone stepped out in an elegant outfit designed by Sabyasachi. Styled by Shaleena Nathani, the outfit was matched with a pair of golden earrings.
Interestingly, Anushka Sharma wore a stunning Sabyasachi black and gold lehenga to Yuvraj Singh-Hazel Keech's wedding as well and her turn-out at Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge's wedding in the celebrated designer's outfit was no less splendid.
Aditi Rao Hydari was recently seen in a beautiful Sabyasachi Mukherjee floral printed sari. Interestingly, her sari seemed quite similar to what Deepika Padukone wore in March this year. While Hydari's sari has a satin hemline, the leggy beauty's sari had a gold-sequinned one.
The process of finding, preserving and archiving the materials unearthed a number of interesting insights not just into the history of the building itself, but also revealed a lot about how it functioned and how exhibitions were organised.
If the year has belonged to anybody, then it is Sabyasachi. From designing wedding lehengas for Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra to styling their grooms, all round the year. Mukherjee's designs have become synonymous with wedding couture.