Rajlakshmi Syam’s New Design Den Showcases Exclusive Dresses Made by Women from Underprivileged Sections

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Fashion designer Rajlakshmi associated herself with a vocational drive in which under privileged and financially weak women from remote areas are provided with training and job opportunities in the field of garment production. Under the guidance of Rajlakshmi, the women received free of cost training and developed garments. The new studio near Lake Mall premises showcased dresses made by the women from financially weak background. Celebrities like Aryann Bhowmick, Ena Saha, Rittika Sen, Bonny Sengupta, Parijaat showcased designs from the collection. Saira Shah Halim, Satrajit Sen, Manoj Michigan, Sanjoy Nag were some of the other dignitaries present at the occasion.

Fashion designer Rajlakshmi’s New Kolkata Studio

“People from the minority community and the financially deprived sections have been given training so that they can do something to earn a livelihood. I aim to do something for people like them. I am not only concerned with making money but also concerned with making a change in the society. I am a program director in many NGOs and hence I am working as their mentor. Hand woven byloom and zardosi embroidery are the main attractions of the collection. I have not used digital printing but used manual printing techniques so that the people engaged in the work can earn some money. All the celebrities are wearing my collection” said designer Rajlakshmi while speaking with Sholoana Bangaliana.


Actor Aryann who looked handsome in an aqua blue medium length kurta said “I am honored to be a part of this event. I do not have much idea about styling. I am mostly in shirts, tees and jeans. Wearing kurtas indeed is a great change for me”.

Parijaat who has been endorsing Rajlakshmi’s dresses for quite some time was also a part of the event. “The dress that I am wearing today is one of her creations. I have lost count of the number of dresses that I wear made by her. Elegance and style defines her collection”.


Kantha, handloom, zardosi, silks, hand woven silks, net embroidery saris are found in the collection. No computerized embroidery is found in the collection. Gift items can also be found in this collection. The Diwali collection will be launched by the directors soon.

Hop in to the store to get the festive look right and also do your part to help the financially weak women in the society.

Priyanka Dutta

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