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Stunning in silk: From the looms of Assam

Last updated on: September 11, 2015 09:51 IST
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Fashion designer Sanjukta Dutta from Guwahati, Assam showcased a beautiful collection of hand-crafted two-piece Mekhela Chadors at the recently concluded Mysore Fashion Week 2015.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

The silk Mekhela Chadors had traditional Assamese motifs inspired by nature, flora and fauna and other geometrical shapes.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

In a variety of coloured silk threads. Pooja Bhamrah showcases one such creation.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

Including traditional Muga silk.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

Dayana Erappa shows a multi-coloured creation.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

An all-blue creation styled like a sari.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

We love this colour combination Sony Kaur is showing.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

A maroon silk with the chador worn like a stole on both shoulders.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

How to wear red and yellow.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

Alesia Raut strikes a pose in a lovely off-white orange combination.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

Dutta accessorised her looms with ornamented turbans, like this one modelled by Sucheta Sharma.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

Modern meets tradition.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

This one's a bridal beauty.

A Sanjukta Dutta creation

Three cheers for the designer!

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