Ahankara– Parishae


"This piece opened the show, and I had known for months that the show would begin with one of my favorite dialogues from Marylin Monroe. So naturally the first three pieces in the show had to somehow depict the era with the pleats and the hair and the structure that was found in the clothes while still being a part of this collection."

Parishae Adnan

The juxtaposition of the soft, transluscent, flowing chiffon with the sturdiness of of the recycled platic chips creates an ethereal look depicting the strength of the core self within the evolution of Ego, Ahankara.

The signature printed silk that lines the saree can be seen through the chiffon in harsh light portraying the concept of being and not being within the same appearance.

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