A homegrown brand rooted in Indian culture and global in relevance, Raw Mango encompasses textile, the human condition, socio-economic realities, design challenges, and cultural touch points unveiled a colorful collection ‘Bageecha’ at FICCI’s Women’s Excellence Awards celebration.
Presented under the treetops of the exquisite Taj Westend, the evening witnessed a grand show which the enthralled the spectators.
The garden venue added to overall showcase and theme thus bringing out the colors in its true form. Models were adorned with jewels from Amrapali.
Bageecha features the fauna and flora of summer gardens. Garments and saris are woven in silk brocade and light weight organza in a range of summer colors, transitioning from the warmer angoori and lavender, to the evening black and chatak peela.
“We opened our flagship store in Bengaluru three months ago and this show is an extension of that celebration.
Bengaluru has welcomes us with open arms and I’d like to dedicate my summer edit to this beautiful city of gardens” says Sanjay Garg.
Guests who joined in the celebrations included: Tarang Arora, Yashodra Shroff, Sabrina Suhail, Sunita Kumar Emmart, Apremaya and more..
The collection will be in stores from 12th March, 2019 at the Raw Mango store, Walton Road.
About Raw Mango
Raw Mango was born to re-imagine Indian fashion and design without preconceived notions. Colors and designs from Raw Mango find their roots in Indian philosophy and traditions.
Raw Mango is not just about the designs but also about a larger program that has managed to uplift an entire community by creating a new value for an existing and ignored product – the humble sari.
Handloom saris, though worn everyday by large numbers of women all overIndia, are relegated to an area perceived to have little scope for new explorations and innovations. At Raw Mango, they have adapted traditional designs to make them simple, sophisticated and distinctly contemporary, thereby creating a fresh new aesthetic that is both indigenous and modern, at once.