We Love These Hyderabadi Fashion Designers For Lovely Couture & Accessories
Hyderabad has always been an epitome of brimming talent, especially when it comes to fashion designers. Touted by the biggest international magazines to crafting celebrity couture, our designers have made a mark globally. Here’s a list of the ones Hyderabad takes immense pride in.
Having launched her label in 2010, Shilpa Reddy is a name the world is familiar with. Known for her empowering designs and intricate work that is culturally rooted, her work has been featured in New York and Paris too. You can walk in to her flagship store in Jubilee Hills and find more of her work that will leave you in awe. But, in the meantime, don’t forget to follow her on Facebook.
Multiple award-winning designer – Suhani Pittie has changed the way people look at jewellery. Having established her own training institute at the age of 20, and having recently won Woman Entrepreneur Of The Year 2017 by Retail Guild, this talented designer is doing exceptionally well. She also has feathers like Vogue Italia and Grazia in her hat, and her store in the city has been listed as a ‘must visit’ destination in Hyderabad by Lonely Planet. Her work is innovative, dynamic and quite like none other. Also, we can score some of her signature pieces for special occasions or birthdays (Talk about investing your savings the right way).
Sonali Pamnani’s — The Meraki Project was launched in 2014 with an aim to create clothes that have a story behind them. Clothes too, when designed right can make you feel like a part of a bigger cause, and The Meraki Project has nailed this art. Their designs are eclectic, fun and contemporary twists added to Indian handwoven textiles. Popular stars like Samantha Ruth Prabhu have donned Meraki’s collection.
In the past, Asmita has been rated by Vogue as one of the nine top up and coming designers. She believes in sustainability and creates an eco-friendly designer wear and believes in zero wastage. For instance, she made a pretty patchwork jacket from handcrafted leftover scraps. Check out more from her various collections that include art on fabric and statement pieces on her Facebook page.
Kavitha Gutta fell in love with the arts and crafts legacy in India but also found immense pleasure in reinventing them. Thus began her venture, Golden Threads in the year 2010 and there has been no looking back ever since. Many a bride has adorned one of Kavitha’s designs as they are a perfect blend of traditional elements and modern aesthetics. From celebrities to people like us, her work has found admirers across a huge audience seeking festive wear. Have you checked out how stunning this bride looks in a Golden Threads ensemble?
A man of many talents, Ganesh Nallari is an award winning fashion and textine designer, a painter, a trained classical dancer, an actor and was also once a practicing dentist. His venture Chick Pea Studios renders to theatre and film costumes, ethnic couture, wedding clothing for both men and women, and an exclusive line for kids too. With utmost attention to deatil, the brand produces designs that are inspired from classical indian art form yet urban and futuristic.