Ziggi Studios

INSPIRATION

Reflecting on Ziggi's own Rajput lineage, every garment is infused with Mughal finery. Rich jewel-like colours and luxurious textures are teamed together to capture the authenticity of the Mughal era, whether in a traditional or modern style. Details that can be found in wonders of the world like the Taj Mahal in Agra, the Red Fort in Delhi and the Northern Indian States like Fatehpur Sikri, the capital of the Mughal Empire in the 16th century, come alive in Ziggi's collections

Ziggi Studio's Rajwada is an authentic Rajasthani collection using fine textures created by thread appliqué and flock-printed foil motifs.

Only the finest embroidery such as Resham and Zardosi are used, and brocades, jamevars, tanchois and pure silks -recreate the regal essence of an outfit, fit for an emperor.

Other key design elements include colour and form. Ziggi Studio's majestic palette of shades and hues encompass comforting creams, antique golds and caramels, soft mints and vibrant greens. To perfect the ultimate fit, sherwani lengths are adjusted to visually elongate your height; slits can be added to ease movement and employing rouching on shoulders and sleeves adds subtle elegance.

Ziggi Studio's Raj Gharana collection showcases strong aristocratic influences. This is achieved using pearl detailing on cuffs, sleeves and cummarbunds, and the placing of real Swarovski crystals, a Ziggi Studio speciality. It is not, uncommon to hear comparisons between Ziggi Studio designs and the resplendent robes worn by Hrithik Roshan in Jodha Akbar and Dilip Kumar in the legendary Indian epic Mugal-E-Azam.

Ziggi Studio's Dewan-E-Khas and Dewan-E-Am collection celebrates the lavish feasts devoured inside the royal Mughal courts by using a colour palette of rich maroons, purples and gold teamed with elegant velvets and brocades, complimented by the introduction of embroidered stoles. Each garment in this collection represents a different state and corresponding ruler that governed parts of India



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