Delhi: Bombay Dyeing has unveiled its latest collection, which were created
on the drawing board by designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
range has been called the Bombay Dyeing Sabyasachi Tao collection, and comprises
a bed and bath line that draws inspiration from the simplicity of Taoism, and
the mystique of orient.
Sabyasachi, "I have incorporated the principles of Tao in design and it was
intended to weave simplicity into creating an innovative semblance of clarity
and beauty, which would enhance the tranquillity and inner peace in one''s bedroom.
The design philosophy is exotic and extravagant, in its use of various Taoist
are motifs set in an eclectic colour palette exuding royalty and opulence."
the Bombay Dyeing Sabyasachi Art and the Bombay Dyeing Sabyasachi Kitsch collections
were also launched.
Bombay Dyeing Sabyasachi Tao Collection is priced at Rs4,999, the Bombay Dyeing
Sabyasachi Art collection ranges from Rs2,999, and Bombay Dyeing Sabyasachi Kitsch
collection starts at Rs2,499.
K Gupta, executive director of Bombay Dyeing said that the company is "ecstatic"
about the launch of the collection, which would service Indian consumers who are
becoming more fashion conscious and are willing to spend more on the home décor.