Satomi by Rakam presented their exquisite collection 'Myrah' at the fashion gala India Runway Week with Mugdha Godse as the showstopper. Satomi's collection 'Myrah', is a feminine blend of innocence and beauty in an almost poetic way. The name 'Myrah' goes back to the ancient times of 17th century. It elucidates an aristocratic lady who is extraordinary and admirable. It symbolizes women of exquisite charm, with motifs inspired by age old art with a modern twist to create history.
"At Satomi it is our endeavor to redefine and push creative boundaries. Every woman is unique and so is every Satomi Saree. Our new collection 'Myrah' emboldens and reveals the essence of a captivating and splendidly statuesque woman with a strong sense of self." says Karsan Bedi, brand owner, Satomi.
"One can acquire our "Myrah" in various 100 percent pure silk fabrics like satin, crepe, Georgette, chiffon as per their taste and preference for respective fabrics . All our sarees come with a 100 silk mark. Assuring you about the authenticity of our product." addsMr. Bedi in a statement.
He also feels Mugda Godse perfectly epitomizes the brand essence. "I think Mugdha is very feminine and bold on style and would echo the Brand's aesthetics and we are really happy to have her as a showstopper in India runway week. She will certainly add that extra spark to the entire affair on the D Day. We are looking forward to our participation in Indian Runway week" He said.
Karsan Bedi is the founder and CEO of Satomi. He envisages making Indian traditional apparel, from the house of Satomi, an epitome of fashion and sophistication. He oversees the overall operations and expansion of the Satomi brand and is also responsible for the strategic planning of the company.
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