Indian designer Sanjukta Dutta’s collection to feature at Paris Fashion Week
Indian designer Sanjukta Dutta is one amongst 4 designers to characteristic on the Paris Trend Week 2023, beginning March 1. Dutta is greatest identified for her assortment of golden threads, that’s, Muga Silk, discovered solely in Assam. This brings hope for the Assamese textile trade, particularly well-known for muga silk. Sanjukta Dutta’s assortment has been chosen formally to be showcased on the Paris Trend Week from March 1 to March 8.
Sanjukta, who hails from Assam’s Nagaon district, has been creating distinctive mixtures of colors and prints with Muga Silk and Pat Silk, with conventional Assamese flavour. Her designs have been globally acknowledged by famend trend exponents. Many A listing actresses and prime fashions like Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Malaika Arora, Sonakshi Sinha, Raveena Tandon, Neena Gupta, Nora Fatehi, Bhumi Pednekar, Huma Qureshi, Manisha Koirala and plenty of extra have donned her designs.
Furthermore, the standard Assamese ‘Angavastra’ known as Seleng Chador introduced to Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton throughout their go to to the state in 2016 have been additionally designed by Sanjukta.
In 2022, Sanjukta’s assortment drew plenty of accolades on the New York Trend Week.
Her ardour has seen her empire develop. She has arrange 13 factories, beginning with Maa Durga Axomiya Pat and Muga Kapuror Boyon Protisthon in Guwahati, which has now over 100 looms the place she, together with native artisans, are producing attribute silk ‘Mekhela Chadors’. The normal Mekhela Chadors, with completely different varieties of colored silk threads, particularly Muga & Pat are sometimes considered a vital a part of Assamese tradition and custom, a prized asset for Assamese ladies.
Sanjukta’s designs aren’t solely distinctive but additionally customisable. Handcrafted, they mandatorily go by a rigorous 45-day manufacturing cycle earlier than being draped.