One of India’s first luxury maisons (it was founded in 1985), Satya Paul has just launched its new collection – Valley of Flowers. With references of meadows in the valley, where wildflowers roam, the designers at Satya Paul sought inspiration out of the city and into the wild. With looks harking back to music album covers of 60s-era icons such as Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix , Robert Plant, and Henry Darger, there are collages that bring to life the wilfully lost hippie communes in the mountains. The collection reimagines outspoken motifs, bold colours, and big prints reminiscent of the era into the present world.Satya Paul's Valley of Flowers (b)
One can choose from an array of designs from ready to wear, sarees, bags, and scarfs. Signature print sarees (Satya Paul’s forte) with 3D embroidery and hand-woven interpretation, reversible kimonos, tailored pantsuits, pleated tunics, evening capes, tie-up bow tops and dresses in floral patchwork with hand-stitched details in a boho style, keep your imagination flowing. Pair your Satya Paul piece with belts, stoles, boots to keep it playful and bold.Satya Paul's Valley of Flowers collection (c)
There are also silk, wool, and pure cashmere scarfs with an antivirus finish, handcrafted leather bags in solid hues with 3D embroidery. These items accent this collection with utilitarian elegance and an inherent sense of fun, elevating everyday items into glamorous tools.Satya Paul's Valley of Flowers collection (d)
The collection caters to the needs of the modern-day woman who is not just free-spirited in her heart but embraces it in her everyday attitude as well and is proud to wear her fearless attitude on her sleeve. A new vision to the brand celebrates its luxury with a wink.Satya Paul's Valley of Flowers collection (e) An accessory from Satya Paul's Valley of Flowers collection (f) Satya Paul's Valley of Flowers collection (g)
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