Vaishali Agarwal is the true essence of innovation by Vaishali. The brand is synonymous with craftsmanship, and other key aspects of our vision include creativity and customisation.  Each ensemble under our label is designed from scratch and is completely made under one roof with the help of fine craftsmen from all over India. We pay close attention to make each embroidery pattern extraordinary, and intertwine them with suitable silhouettes to appeal to the ever-changing fashion demands of today.




The previous year, nature was more at peace and humanity in a state of chaos. As always, the spring season brought in the full bloom flowers along with trees and plants that are covered in their lush green leaves; nature showcasing it’s multiple fine hues. Phulwari’s  bright colour palette is carefully picked to induce hope in mankind while the pastel hues are to keep them grounded at the same time. The embroidery techniques used are patchwork that depict togetherness, pita to show subtlety and gratefulness and cutdana to depict positivity in the future months. The motif’s are all calming flowers and creepers to depict the new & fresh phase in life, the growth from these sombre months and the coming together of nature and humanity.



As designers and members of  the creative space, we are constantly on the look out for inspiration. “As I watched the song Señorita from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara play on screen, with all its quirkiness and grace, I thought this was the perfect way forward for our new collection. The culture & dressing immediately caught my eye and the more I read about it, the more exciting it proved to be” - Vaishali Agarwal. 

One of our challenges was to take ideas from these silhouettes, colours and embroideries and merge them into Indian clothing. We incorporated Flamenco’s movements, gypsy colourful fashion, the gilet jacket and patterns and motifs. The colour palette selected was divided into the pastels and the bright bold colours.



A collection, colourful and vibrant, with the center of attention being the Patola weave. Ranki consists of hand-picked sarees from Patola in various styles and dyes. The technique is known to very few weavers and takes about 6 months to a year for each of these sarees to be put together. These designs are seen on both the body and the pallu and look very similar to a patan patola saree that woven in Telangana itself. 

Our collection sees many twill sarees – patches and cuts, combined with stunning embroidery and silhouettes to give a modern, eclectic twist to the original art form. There are silhouettes such as long dresses with jackets, short smart kurtas, lehengas and even indowestern jacket pant sets apart from the variety of sarees present in our store. 



Regal radiance of western India can be summed up in two words- Bandhani and Leheriya, and our collection Ujavani is dedicated to both. 

Born in the culturally rich land of Saurashtra, Bandhani is an appraisable craft and an oldest form of tie and dye. Once adored by royal eminences of archaic India, the craft is mainly known for its mesmerizing pack of patterns and exciting colour range. Leheriya, originated in Rajasthan, derives its name from a Rajasthani word 'leher’ meaning ‘wave’ acknowledging its complex wavy pattern. Ujavani closets a wide range of sarees and dupattas in various colours, patterns and fabric types and its fusion with Kanchipattu and Banarasi styles as well.

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Reviving Indian embroidery techniques & supporting age old weaves is an integral part of who we are