Grooms, You NEED To Take Note From Sabyasachi’s Kesribai Pannalal

Preparations for the upcoming winter weddings may have begun for many; so while you are at it, you might want to give Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s latest collection a dekho… A mood board that you can’t take your eyes off, his new collection titled Kesribai Pannalal gives a fresh new life to groomswear. Here are some key takeaways for you!


This winter, our Curiosity, Art and Antiquity Project introduces the ‘Pashmina’ sherwani. Antique shawls from the Sabyasachi textile archives have been deconstructed and reconstructed to create one of a kind bridal sherwanis for textile connoisseurs. The gentleman wears a 'Pashmina' sherwani constructed out of a heritage Kashmiri shawl. Hand-printed silk kota dupatta, block printed khadi churidars, multiple layers of tourmaline and sapphire beads are the strong signature accessories to this look. Jewellery Courtesy: The Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection. For all jewellery-related queries, kindly contact @sabyasachijewelry Shoe Courtesy: Sabyasachi Accessories @sabyasachiaccessories Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Samode Palace, Jaipur @samode_hotels #Sabyasachi #KesribaiPannalal #TheCuriosityArtAndAntiquityProject #CAAP #TheWorldOfSabyasachi  @groomsofsabyasachi

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Ever thought of flaunting an exquisite sherwani made of antique pashminas for your wedding? Sabyasachi has reconstructed his vintage shawls into some very novel pieces for men as a part of his new range. Complementing the sherwani is a block printed khadi churidar which adds subtlety to the ensemble. Rich in textile, color and texture, this look is sure to go down your family history books!


Trust Sabyasachi to start a fad with never seen before safas. Silk kota dusted with Coromandel chintz, lehriya and solid hues looks just as striking as printed organza, making it an interesting variety for you to choose from!


It’s very rare that one spots a man dressed up in an angrakha at a wedding but looks like things will change now. After all who wouldn’t want to wear them if they look like this? Old styled cuts have been rehashed by Sabyasachi to suit the needs of a contemporary man thus bringing them back in vogue.

But if you want to refrain from taking the very traditional route and opt for something more structured, his quilted silk sherwani in hand-dyed Murshidabad silk is a classic. Adorning the sherwani are the brand’s hand-crafted Bengal tiger buttons that are a statement in themselves.


Sabyasachi’s heritage jewelry plays a key role in setting the benchmark for an ideal grooms’ look. Take a cue from these ornate pieces of tourmaline, sapphire beads and pearls if you are looking for something humble, regal and powerful.



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