PICS: Women's Day Collection By Pooja Sabharwal

This Women’s Day, Designer Pooja Sabharwal would like to celebrate the Spirit with her new collection. Pooja Sabharwal’s collection is all about making a style statement with special anarkalis suits and indo-western in colors of green, orange, golden and red.

Dress in your favorite attire and feel powerful and
amazing. This collection will add beauty, charm & élan to a woman's persona.

The silhouettes are ethno – futuristic - traditional Indian silhouettes had been contrasted with Avant Garde drapes, which in turn emulated the drapes of Indian saris, creating an interesting cross current of form.

Traditional A - line and tent shapes had been merged with slimed and restrained volume in the lower torso. The collection also flaunted fair amount of structured jackets, which were layered with Kalidar (paneled) inners and flared Palazzos.

About Fashion Designer Pooja Sabharwal
Alexander McQueen once said, "It’s a new era in fashion - there are no rules. It’s all about the individual and personal style,” and this statement rightly reflects the inspiration and motivation behind all the creations of the upcoming fashion designer from Delhi, Pooja Sabharwal.

Diploma from JD Institute of Fashion Technology, upbringing in a textile- oriented family business and deeply cultivated leadership values were the only assets with which Pooja Sabharwal independently stepped into the competitive world of textile manufacturing at a mere age of 21.

And since then there has been no turning back for her/ and ever since she has left no stones unturned in her way.

Always driven by the ambition to start something of her own/  When the fabric export family business failed to attract Pooja’s attention/, she went ahead establishing a manufacturing factory in Okhla with 40 machines, rapidly expanding it to 400 machines.

Initially fueled by doing job work for other companies, Pooja built a strong network of suppliers and buyers/ clientele for the manufacturing plant. With this endeavour giving her and her factory/ plant a solid base/ exposure, she started with her own exports.

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