Sri Palam Silks this year have effectively stretched the boundaries of creativity and made kanjeevarams edgy, ground-breaking and loyal to the millennials. Palam is 16 this year and years of innovations in silk have helped bounce off ideas from all the past creations. This year’s collection is inspired by many of the signature concepts over the last 15 years.
Palam introduces 5 classy variants for this festive season. Aurora is all about color zari playing on kanjeevarams. Here they have plated zari with several colors and the result is something that is unlike any kanjeevaram. Palam has already made all the changes we can with borders and now they have reached bhuttas. People who love subtle kanjeevarams love threadwork on sarees.
Ganga Jamuna border is a very traditional border concept in a kanjeevaram. It is much loved by silk patrons and Pravah is an offshoot of the same. Ganga Jamuna flaunts different colored borders in the body whereas Pravah negates one border. Palam believed the bhuttas are always taken for granted as the majority of silk patrons tend to be lazor-focused on border, pallu, and color. Zentangle is is a dedication to all silk patrons who love to doodle their designs. This collection is based on the art form Zentangle which is impromptu sketching which also activates your brain cells that lean towards creativity. The prefix Zen denotes the whole sketching experience in a nutshell.