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6 ways to drape a sari

Last updated on: March 31, 2016 17:38 IST
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Sanea Sheikh

Fashion designers Swati and Sunaina worked with the master weavers of Banaras for their latest collection for Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016.

Models in woven heirloom saris graced the ramp for designers Swati and Sunaina's The Lightness of being Radha collection at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016.

The duo worked with master weavers of Banaras for their line, which was a symphony of colours and weaves.

With their light, breezy saris in calm pastel tones, the designers gave the stunning Banarasi weaves an interesting contemporary twist.

Check out the different looks from the collection. 

Photographs: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

Swati and Sunaina

The red bustier lends a contemporary feel to this white and red sari with delicate leaf motifs. 

Swati and Sunaina

Alesia Raut dressed in a beautiful blue chanderi sari.

The collection started with pure white saris and then progressed to colours like green, ivory, yellow, red and gold.

Swati and Sunaina

Model Anita Kumar sports a matching long-sleeve choli with a pink and gold sari.

The models walked barefoot in keeping with the feel of the show.  

Swati and sunaina

Model Sanea Sheikh draped in a lovely yellow sari with a zari border.  

Another highlight of the show was that the models didn't wear any jewellery. 

Swati and Sunaina

Model Nikita Sahay shows how to make a fashionable statement in a sari at any party or social do. 

Swati and Sunaina

Want to be the cynosure of all eyes at a wedding? 

Swati and Sunaina

As part of their collection, the designers also showcased the almost extinct weave, Rung Kat (cut colour) on the runway.  

That explains why Swati and Sunaina received such a huge cheer from the audience when they stepped out on stage. 

Don't Miss our Special Coverage of Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016

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