Color to craft, Sanjay Garg borrows from his humble roots in Rajasthan to dream up Pooja Hedge’s colour-blocked lehenga, revealing, “Rajasthan has usually been a visible synonym for India and in addition my hometown. Its soul nevertheless, resides inside these native to its lesser-known customs and callings. Rajasthan and its fond recollections have additionally served as an inspiration to me for my assortment, ‘Moomal’. Rajasthan’s multiplicity of layers lives throughout colors, textiles and motifs in Pooja’s lehenga that’s daring in each color and mixture.”
The peacock is a central motif that dances amidst graphic strains of textile and embroidery. Lower in a wealthy Varanasi silk brocade, the mithai pink Dungarpur lehenga is adorned with peacock motifs and a inexperienced border on the waist and the autumn in silk that is highlighted with hand-embroidered floral zardozi. She paired it with a modest silk inexperienced bandhini shirt with V-neckline and adorned with a gota patti wire piping. “The Chirmi bandhej (bandhini) odhani, with graphic embroidered peacock motifs in aari embroidery and sitara border, completes her look,” he goes on, elaborating on Hegde’s look.