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RANG RAAS WHERE ART MEETS LUXURY
Oaks Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel, the crowned jewel of Dubai, hosted one of India’s premier single-day fashion events called Fashion Connect, season 14, Presented by First India News and Bharat24-Vision of New India on Sunday, March 19. Jagdeesh Chandra graced the evening and appreciated the designer, Arpita Sulakshana for her artistic collection designed with perfection and tailored to last. His Highness Sheikh Juma Bin Maktoum Al Maktoum was present as the Chief Guest and Yakoob Al Ali, Executive Director and Private Advisor in His Highness Office attended the show as the special guest. Designer Arpita Sulakshana, showcased her scintillating couture collection ‘Rang Raas’. While describing her stunning collection, the mythical designer said, “My couture collection offers bespoke pieces for those who appreciate the finer things in life. At the heart of our brand is the unique art of hand painting, which elevates each garment to a masterpiece. We are proud to present our latest collection, Rang Raas, inspired by the divine forest of God Krishna, also known as Nidhivan.”
“We believe that luxury should not only be about material possessions, but also about the experience of owning something truly unique and special. Our brand is built on the values of authenticity, creativity, and craftsmanship. We are committed to preserving the traditional art of hand painting and bringing it to a global audience. Our team of skilled artisans works tirelessly to create garments that are not just beautiful, but also ethically made. We love to create outfits for those who appreciate the beauty of art and the elegance of luxury and who seek something exceptional, a statement piece that will stand the test of time,” she added. The Rang Raas collection is an ode to the eternal love of Radha & Krishna, depicted through intricate hand paintings that capture the essence of the forest.