Banarasi is in vogue… are you?

Even though Banarasi sarees and fabrics are timeless and never-go out of style, this season the popularity of Banarasi is soaring!

A range of designers, from Sabyasachi to Anita Dongre, have introduced new Benaras-inspired collections. Other designers who have used Banarasi fabrics for years, such as Sanjay Garg from Raw Mango, are seeing much more business.

Dazzling Banarasi saree on the ramp!
Dazzling Banarasi saree on the ramp!
Banarasi lehenga from Anita Dongre's Benaras collection. Contact us for bridal lehengas.
Banarasi lehenga from Anita Dongre’s Benaras collection. Contact us for bridal lehengas.
Neha Dhupia wears a Banarasi lehenga - straight off the runway.
Neha Dhupia wears a Banarasi lehenga – straight off the runway.

Celebrities, old and young, areĀ flaunting their gorgeous Banarasi lehengas and artistic hand-woven sarees, choosing these beautiful weaves for wedding festivities and social events. ’tis the season to be Banarasi!

Soha Ali wears a Banarasi lehenga at her wedding reception.
Soha Ali wears a Banarasi lehenga at her wedding reception.
Kareena Kapoor wears a designer top made from Banarasi Kimkhab. Contact us for fabric at wholesale rates!
Kareena Kapoor wears a designer top made from Banarasi Kimkhab. Contact us for fabric at wholesale rates!

You can own a piece of history and stay in vogue at the same time by buying a hand-made Banarasi garment today. Designer clothing can be heavy on the pocket, but buying from the source (Varanasi) can be cheap, reliable and satisfying. You will also be doing your bit to help the weavers who have kept this beautiful art alive through generations.

We have a beautiful collection of Banarasi stoles, dupattas, sarees and dress materials available in our Tilfi collection – with love from the heart of Banaras. Contact us for enquiries.

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