In a country with a rich tradition of styling and luxury, D’Vibgyor launched its transactional website this January as a platform for designers to showcase the great mix of passion in fashion. India, being home to over a billion people encompasses hundreds of thousands of creative souls. Like most things in life, the inception began with the comforting rays of the winter sun. The story began with the amalgamation of the thought, “How could we bring Indian designs and luxury to global customers seamlessly?” The solution came from the Internet, and D’Vibgyor – an idea was born. In the midst of winter, D’Vibgyor- the thought and the company was born and raised in the month of November 2015 by Swati Sharma and Himanshu.
Kukoon has this line of apparels that brings out the inner diva. These clothes have a glamorous appeal, created with care and precision of craftsmanship with unique designs.
Natasha is now wearing this fabulously designed white bolero with embellished black rose. This cape is so unique in itself that it is bound to captivate many woman’s heart!
All I can say about this cape is that it is pure indulgence.
Known for Kaftans,crop tops,tunics and traditional Indian techniques like Chikan work and carpet prints; the designer duo Hemant & Nandita give you every reason to fall in love with yourself. Easy silhouettes with contemporary designs and techniques , I chose a beautiful White Chikan long Kaftaan for myself.
The long white Kaftaan was beautifully designed and the embroidery at the bottom of the dress was so beautiful …it was comfortable and easy to carry it off beautifully in the summers.
Another little surprise in store from Team D’Vibgyor was the seed paper tags that they use for apparels. Usually all sellers, retailers use regular paper tags which is wasted and thrown away in the bin. We cannot even realise the number of trees that must have been cut down for these paper tags!
I was impressed by the thinking of the team when I saw the seed paper tag made of hand made paper created from cotton waste which has seeds embedded. When you plant these the cotton waste will decompose and the seeds start germinating. Such a beautiful thought from a beautiful team at D’Vibgyor. We loved the experience totally!