Road To Chanderi

Chanderi is a traditional ethnic fabric characterized by its lightweight, sheer texture and fine luxurious feel. Chanderi fabric is produced by weaving in silk and golden Zari. It is traditional cotton yarn which results in creation of the shimmering texture. Nowadays, young women prefer wearing sarees. It is one of the real fabric for every saree connoisseur. It has emerged as one of the most understated Indian ethnic attire.


‘The Road To Chanderi’ highlighted the weave from Madhya Pradesh. Sixteen designers were given the brief to create garments. Working with the color palette of gold and white and jewel tones. The fabric itself gives you a royal look once you wear it. You will standout in the crowd after geting dressed in chanderi.


We are here with the detail of the designers who showcased their talent on amazon Fashion Week. Designer Sanjay Garg of sari label Raw Mango, who started his label working on saris. He spoke highly on the work of the “Scindias” who have been empowered weavers. Anita Dongre showcased her diffusion line Grassroot, through which she works with indigenous craftspeople. The collection made a case for the versatility of this royal fabric. Ruchika Sachdeva highlighted the three qualities of the fabric are the sheerness, the shine and the lightness of the weave. Ruchika Sachdeva translated her collection by giving her own touch to the collection. You can have a view of the entire chanderi collection which was showcased at Amazon Fashion Week here.

I know that after seeing the collection you all can not resist yourself from adding this fabric to your wardrobe’s. Personally i feel you should definitely go for it without thinking. Going with the fashion always makes you look young, updated and fashionable in the crowd :p . You should never leave fashion when you get a chance to go with the Indian look with fashion.

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