About fashion from around the world we choose Indian Sari for today. Sari is Indian traditional wearing that is very popular even nowadays. Women in India wear saris in any occasion and they have more types, like casual sari, sari for festive occasions, sari for wedding etc. Traditional sari look like undefined sheets wrapped around women’s body, but they have deep meanings. Every color has meaning, for example black represents sadness and bad fortune, red has very positive connotations like fertility so is commonly worn by brides, yellow and orange are considered as colors of the saints. Saris include a lots of symbolic motifs as well. For example a parrot is a romantic element, the elephant is connected with the Hindu god Ganesh and fish represents food and wealth.
Modern Indian Sari is very popular among Indian woman and girls and exists on the world fashion stage as an symbol of Indian traditional heritage. But nowadays there are lots of fashion designers that design saris and they are very popular and admired. Even though this type of fashion is not well known in Europe or USA, there are few designer worth to mention: Neeta Lulla, Ritu Kumar, Tarun Tahiniali, Anita Dongre. They have demonstrated extraordinary collections of saris and made them huge hit as well. Take a look on this perfect connection between traditional and modern combination and enjoy.