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A style for every story at the Samarphanam exhibition this weekend


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From its inception, Samarphanam has developed a unique style of its own, reflecting the ancient traditions of Indian craftsmanship in contemporary designs creating stunning, exquisite and vibrant masterpieces of the highest standard. 

Celebrating its 12th year, Samarphanam will be holding its annual exhibition in Colombo on 2 June Saturday, and 3 June Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at AVS Towers, Lorenz Road, Bambalapitiya.

Inspired by the creativity, passion and enthusiasm of its vivacious designer, Malathy Sivendran, the company is globally renowned for its distinctive use of colours, quality of fabrics, and traditional artisanship, which give their collections a gloriously rich Indian aesthetic.

The Signature Collections juxtapose modern sartorial prowess and the intricacies of Indian technique with skill, and incorporates the heritage of Indian crafts into their designs from glamorous Kalamkari designs, stylish cutworks, intricate embroidery, elegant temple jewellery, exquisite Kundan collections, ornate Zardosi works, stunning hand-painted and mural saris, and chic smart casual selections and re-innovate them with their signature touch. 

Be it bespoke bridal couture, occasion wear and ready to wear daily essentials, the designs are constantly evolving and epitomises the language of style. Customised sarees and designer blouses are also undertaken, combining the designer’s artistic creativity and dedication to excellence with the vision of the client, to bring to life these works of art.

For over a decade Samarphanam has been a pioneer in the fashion industry and has redefined Indian textiles and empowered regional craftsmen bringing their skills and talent to the global market.

All enthusiasts of Indian ethnic wear are cordially invited to view and select their own signature styles, with designs for every age and every occasion, imbued with passion and artistry, from all corners of Incredible India.


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