The label "GAURANG" symbolizes handlooms. Masterpieces are created using Jamdani, jacquard weave with real zari on cottons and silks.
Old traditional designs inspired by the sculptures of South Indian temples, floral and geometrics taken from mother nature are these label's forte. Perfection being its aim, immense care is taken to accentuate the aesthetic appeal of its beautiful textiles.
The collection "VAYA" represents the finest Indian weavers whose artistic hands gives life to the beauty and delicacy of khadis, organzas and kotas. It portrays the classic amalgamation of tradition, elegance and comfort through its impeccable designs and simple yet rich silhouettes.
The traditional parsi embroidery used on the accessories perfectly blends with the attires.
Hyderabad based designer Gaurang, who presented his kanjeevarams with kalamkari creations at the Lakme Fashion Week recently, has won the best designer award for utilising of Indian weaves and craftsmanship into his collection.
The 23 dresses he presented were inspired by panchantantra stories and highlighted the intricate Korvai weaving, known for its grace and elegance.
"I am really delighted to have won this prestigious award, which highlights the excellence of Indian handloom and tradition in fashion.
"I would like to dedicate this award to my family for their support and to the 450 weavers who bring life to my creativity. I hope this award backed by Maximiliano Modesti will go a long way in accelerating the revival of Indian Traditional Weaves," Gaurang said.
The jury panel included fashion experts Krishna Mehta, Jaya Jaitly, Anjana Sharma and Maximiliano Modesti.