Ace fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee who is always known for his amazing designs. Has now made uniforms for a girls’ school in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
Famous designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee came up with a new idea. He recently joined hands with the CITTA organization to create uniforms for the students of Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls school in Jaisalmer. He designed blue-maroon Ajrakh uniforms for girls that were quite amazing. After looking at his designs one can surely say that it is something that was a bit different from other uniforms that we usually tend to see.
The uniforms that Sabyasachi designed is basically a blue knee-length dress with a round neck, three-quarter sleeves, and two patch pockets, along with maroon cropped elastic waist pants. And the most interesting thing is that he has used all-natural dyes in the block printing technique.
There is no doubt that he took a noble initiative in doing something that will also inspire other people. And hence the fashion designer received praises from all corners, for the work he has taken up. He also took to his Instagram to post the design of the uniform. Along with the photos of the girl student wearing the uniform designed by him.
Checkout both of his post below:
With another post on Instagram he wrote “I have always believed in the transformative power of education. Especially dear to me are initiatives that focus their resources on educating girls…So when Michael Daube from Citta approached me to design school uniforms…I was thrilled.”
About the school in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
This school in Jaisalmer is basically an initiative by CITTA, a non-profit organization that was founded by American artist Michael Daube. The best thing about this school is that it not only educates the girls but also initiates skill-building and independent and meaningful work. After Daube came to know about Ajrakh he was quite excited and quoted saying “And what made it truly compelling to me socially is that this textile is still being practiced by both Hindu and Muslim craftsmen, mostly from the Khatri community,.”