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Having a collection inspired by rare flowers perfectly reflects the uniqueness of all Sanyukta Shrestha brides. Every bride has her very own style and flowers are a constant reminder that just like every woman, a flower is unique and has its very own shape, character, beauty and imperfection.
The Middlemist Red Camellia flower was the inspiration behind a delicate lace jumpsuit. The Middlemist is one of the rarest flowers in the world and only exists in two locations: in Chiswick House in the UK, and a garden in New Zealand. The now almost extinct flower was imported to Britain from China by gardener John Middlemist around 200 years ago.
The organic silk makes this beautiful jumpsuit light and airy while keeping the wearer cosy and comfortable. Sanyukta’s decision to use natural/eco fibres in her collections underlines her commitment to environment and development focusing on ‘beauty with a conscience’. Through blending sustainability with her ethical believes, she also intends to create opportunities for village women in Nepal, by merging and turning their traditional skills into delicate fabrics and designs.