The name is enough. She is one of the most acclaimed fashion designers of India, who has won National Film Awards not once but 4 times because of her magnum opus creations, a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary designs. You would have seen some of her best works in Jodha Akbar. Her designs can make you look exactly you want in your way.
Although versatile, her forte lies in bridal trousseau and her designs range from being simple to extravagant. Actresses heavily rely on her for their D-days. She has designed Aishawarya Rai’s wedding dress even. She can effortlessly design bridal wear fitting any culture, just like she created for Esha Deol a simmering red and gold Kanjeevaram saree.
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