Kim Kardashian draped in shimmering sabyasachi!

Kim Kardashian West, the woman who stood up for herself and made the world hers. I don’t know about you but I admire Kim K  in all the ways I can. the reality tv star is where she is against all odds only because of her bravery. She knows what it takes to become a star because she walked this road all by herself. It’s not about what she did or who she is but it is all how she carried herself all the way up.

She is my spirit animal!  The 37-year-old is not only a world known fashion icon but also a loving mother of three. she is courageous and empowering, she is unique and bold, she is everything that each one of us should be.

So you do know where I am getting at? Kim k has come down all the way to India to taste our culture. Vogue India‘s March issue covers Kim and everything about her. The magazine has covered her at their best, each picture has something different to convey.

Kim k was styled and was clothed by our most famous designers, like Anita Dongre, Anamika Khanna and Sabyasachi she looked absolutely stunning in each one of them but common you know what caught every Indian’s heart. Oh yes, the man behind the wine colored shimmery saree that was draped with perfection.

Sabyasachi Mukherjee, the Indian designer from Kolkata has been coming up with collections that are haunting every Indian girl. The designer’s flag has been floating around the world, every bride and woman wants to wear his gorgeous weave. Sabyasachi left us awe-struck by collaborating with Christian Louboutin. He also made every celebrity wedding absolute goals right from north to south, Anushka Sharma to Samantha.

When we thought he could not make us more proud, we saw Kim k flaunting his design. The saree was all the desi-ness stitched into one, Sabyasachi and Kim k still feels like a dream.

The designer keeps taking our breaths away with his work. Sabyasachi is soon to become the symbol of India. His designs never go out of our border, it stays purely inside of India with so much of culture and pure desi-ness. He yet again proves that you don’t need to mix Indo and western to steal the lights.

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