Revive the beauty of Handwoven Sarees from the 50s and 60s

Attributes: Clothing, Exhibition, Saree

With a purpose to revive and popularise traditional Indian handloom, handwoven fabrics and handcraft, VARNAM TRUNKPETTI is an initiative to promote her latest collection of handcrafted sarees inspired by the 50s and 60s style.

 

Ensuring that talent of handspun and handwoven fabric is not lost in with the growth of urban techniques, Chitra Karuppiah of Santhanalakshmi Silks, derives her knowledge from passionate weavers of Coimbatore, and brings to us her range of exclusive and exquisitely woven sarees in vibrant hues of pinks, blues and yellows that would help accentuate your beauty and curves.

 

The range varies from cotton, silk and cotton-silk blend sarees, with beautiful motifs etched onto them, are bound to make you look graceful and elegant. Owing to our rich cultural upbringing, any Indian women would love to adore herself with a silk saree that screams style and utmost beauty. We urge you to head down to Varnam’s new flagship store to check out Santhanalakshmi Silks’ gorgeous collection.

 

Address: Varnam, #1332, Indiranagar Double Main road.
Call: 9980735911
​Dates: 15th - 18th December
​Timings: 11a.m - 8p.m

 

Tags: Revive the beauty of Handwoven Sarees from the 50s and 60s, handwoven sarees, exhibition

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