Rasha Demystifying Festive Wear at PRET-A-PORTER Season-3
Recently, Glamour-us-event PRET-A-PORTER Season-3 was held in Guwahati. The event presented a variety of unique designs. It was held at Blue Paradise, Guwahati. RASHA, a fashion label from Guwahati, led by Pompita Devi Hazarika, presented its festive collection of 2018-19, “SANSKRITI.” The collection, SANSKRITI, draws its inspiration from the rich and diverse culture of the North India, and its influences on the eastern region.
SANSKRITI exhibited a wide range of its creative designing starting from shades of single and multiple-bordered India sarees, semi-formal lehenga choli to Mekheka Sadors. Mekhela Sadors were embroidered with Devdas sequins, crystals, gold zardosi, chikankari, Parsi thread works, with other embellishments and detailing. The history of sarees traces back to Indus Valley Civilization’s era, which flourished during 2800-1800 BC.
Rasha, the brainchild of Pompita, is a designer store in Rajgarh that specializes in Indian ethnic wear. With years of experience in the genre of fashion designing and broadened idea-zone of ethnic wear, she designed a few exclusive ethnic pieces for the event. Rasha showcased its men’s and women’s ethnic wear fashion line. Showcasing the Indian identifier traditional male kurta with Nehru Jacket, and Mekhela Sador-blouses and cholis made up of authentic Indian fabrics (like Chanderi, Georgette, Jamdani Brocade, net and velvet), the label literally came out to be a head-turner.
Well known actress Nishita Goswami and model-turned-actor Debajit Paul walked the ramp as Rasha’s showstoppers.
Nishita wore a basil green saree with net detailing, which she paired with a mustard yellow gotta Dori embroidered border, which was detailed with black zari border and maroon Patti. As Indian ethnic wear is never complete without jewellery, all could witness this diva donning some really amazing designs that were as magnificent as the apparel she wore. She wore Rajasthani Rokdi Kundan and Polki locket neck piece.
Debajit, on the other hand, donned an elegant cotton silk kurta with a pencil pant, and digitally printed Chanderi silk Nehru Jacket of a green and beige combination. The jacket had multi-bead sequin embroidery, which is as vibrant as the colourful festive days of India.
The event PRET-A-PORTER Season-3 went off really well, with a lot of fashion vibes and unique collections. These styling creations have definitely given us a lot of cues for what to pick and not to pick for the upcoming festivities. Whatever you wear, make sure you glam up the best and look your best.