Meet The Man Linking Kangna, Ash, Deepika
Earthy. Ethereal. Exquisite.
Fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee's artistry radiates grace and personality blending the diversity of culture with unbounded imagination. Naturally, the 38-year-old's talents for making a woman feel like nature's poem has earned him tremendous popularity among the leading ladies of tinsel town.
From Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to Anushka Sharma, they all love to bask in the red carpet glory bearing Sabya's unmistakable stamp and graceful aesthetics. At the same time, he's displayed flair for designing fictional characters on celluloid in films like Black, Paa, Guzaarish and Kahaani.
The Kolkata-based designer's mantra is simple but solid. Like he once told rediff.com, 'If you have a point of view that is your own, then the whole world will believe in you.' Ten of these Bollywood celebrities certainly did.
Click on to feast your eyes on his gorgeous creations.
Keeping her spectators guessing over her fashion choices is one of Kangna's favourite things to do. The petite star takes a break from high street chic to adorn this stunning Sabya lehenga and wins a zillion brownie points for changing it up.
Image: Kangna Ranaut
Another young actress with a terrific dressing sense, Anushka Sharma is a picture of effortless poise in this dreamy creamy sari.
Image: Anushka Sharma
Before Sabyasachi, Vidya Balan was a regular on every worst-dressed column and list. Flak transformed into flattery ever since she decided to stick to his ethnic numbers that compliment both -- her body type and dynamism.
Image: Vidya Balan
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Her beauty. His edge. Together Ash and Sabyasachi are an unbeatable combination.
Be it on or off-screen, this collaboration unfailingly draws approving 'oohs' from the snarkiest of critics.
Image: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
The Mukherjee-Mukerji journey began with Black for which he worked on Rani's costumes. And every time the latter takes a misstep in fashion, she bounces back with a resplendent Sabya number. Check out the picture for proof.
Image: Rani Mukerji
If there's one actress who refuses to stick to simply one designer or trend; it's got to be Sonam Kapoor. And true to her temperament, she changes it up in style with the Sabyasachi-designed red and black velvet kurta and churidar
Image: Sonam Kapoor
Give her any colour, silhouette or pattern, Deepika Padukone will make it her own.
Reaffirming her clothes horse reputation, the Om Shanti Om star gets all demure in Sabyasachi's monochrome ensemble featuring a full-sleeved, heavily embellished blouse and simple net sari.
Image: Deepika Padukone
Given Ms Basu's preference sexy, short dresses, it's quite refreshing to see her appear all statuesque in an elegant Sabyasachi sari.
Image: Bipasha Basu
And a perfectly cheerful print to go with the 20-something Shraddha Kapoor young, exuberant aura.
Image: Shraddha Kapoor