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Indian Sarees by Season

Since saree is the traditional wear of almost all Indian women, there are various types of sarees available in the Indian market depending on the season. It is not possible to wear a heavy embroidered silk saree in summer or a cool cotton saree in winter. Accordingly, Indian ladies collection of sarees comprise different varieties depending on the season.
For example:
  • Summer Sarees: When we talk of summer, we need to wear something which is light and confortable. Summer sarees are soft, comfortable, easily manageable. Summer sarees can be used both for daily wear and office wear as well as formal wear. Summer saris can be of cotton, chiffon or any other fabric. Cotton daily wear saris are much into demand during summer. A must-have in summer is a handloom saree. Summer sarees are available in designs ranging from ethnic chic to traditional to modern prints. A cool collection of summer wear sarees include light pastel colors printed sarees, georgette printed sarees, crepe printed sarees, chiffon printed sarees. Summer sarees are stylish and wonderfully comfortable, ideal for the long hot Indian summers.

  • Winter Sarees: Synthetics and heavy silk sarees are preferred in winter. These sarees are generally in dark colours as dark colours absorb heat. The dark coloured silk and synthetic sarees make the breezes bearable in Winters.

  • Spring or Fall/Autumn Sarees: The spring and the autumn are the best seasons in the year. These seasons are neither cold nor hot but very pleasant. As such any kind of saree is suitable.The sarees can be of any fabric from from cotton to silk, to chiffon to georgette with variety of patterns and designs on it. Since certain festivals are celebrated during these seasons, many fancy, designer, embroidered sarees, sarees with zari work are all available during this time.

Lakme Fashion Week 2009


Lakme Fashion Week 2009 was started on 18th September at Grand Hyatt Hotel, Mumbai and it will be ended on 22nd September 2009. This five-day event was organized by India’s No.1 cosmetics and beauty brand ‘Lakme’ and ‘IMG Fashion’, global leader in the management and production of fashion weeks and designer fashion events. ‘Gitanjali Lifestyle’ is this event’s associate sponsor and also has ten co-sponsors. This show is created with a vision to redefine the future of fashion and connect India into the global fashion world. In addition, this show introduced the Indian modern woman to the world of beauty through clothes. It is organized twice in every year. The works of 50 top designers of the country are displayed in this show. In these designers,six are from the GenNext category, two in the Emerging,four are accessory designers and 38 established designers showcasing their remarkable collections for buyers from India and countries like the US, France, Hong Kong, several in the Middle East and South Africa. Anamika Khanna, Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahiliani,Eina Ahluwalia, Imcha Imchen, Amalraj Sengupta, Arjun Agarwal is some famous designers are participating in this fashion event. Many young aspiring models like Sunny Kamble, Karishma Tanna, Bharat Arora, Lidia Souza, Siddharth Rawal will also walk in this Lakme Fashion Week ramp. The inaugural show of this event was called “Celebrating 10 years of Fashion”, themed as “then-now-forever” and grand finale will be themed on ‘Glamour’ and will be designed by the great designer Tarun Tahiliani.




A model showcases a creation by designer duo Shyamal and Bhumika on the first day of Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) 2009 in Mumbai on September 18, 2009. The LFW 2009 fall/winter collection show features creations by over 50 designers and will culminate with a grand finale on September 22.


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