The Rangraaga collection of clothes that were exhibited for sale at the BTH had some fresh designs by Rose Mary George. There were combo embellishments on saris and several other value additions that made most of the garments or saris exclusive. Floor length kurtas, terracotta jewellery and other accoutrements were also exhibited.
The sari collections in chiffon, crepe, georgette, tussar, jute and Kanchipuram silks were in both pastel and vibrant colours.
Beautiful delicate hand-worked saris, using zardozi and zari threads, beads and sequins looked rich especially for party-wear.
What was new was that the saris had been matched with contrasting coloured blouses.
Churidars and salwars, of georgette, crepe were embellished with hand worked brocades and tissue. The colours were for everybody, as both pastel and bright shades were exhibited.
The beautiful handmade terracotta jewellery available a variety of colours matched many outfits there. The sets were for both casual wear and party wear.
The exhibition was conducted in connection with the anniversary of store EKA-The Ethnicity at Oberon Mall.
These clothes and jewellery are available at the store.