Designer Ratna Jain presents High on Life collection of attires

Designer Ratna Jain presents ‘High on Life’- a beautiful collection inspired by the bling of the stars and vivacity of life.
According to a press note, the designs are sophisticated, stylish depicting the power of a modern woman.
Ratna has kept the essence of traditional aesthetics in her designs with a modern touch to it.
High on life is another charming illustration of Ratna’s specialization of Indian attire.
The collection is a fusion collection designed for those who want to stand out in the crowd. and Ratna’s splendid designs leaves everyone spellbound.
The collection comprise of trendy suits and sarees studded with swaroski, pearls, crystals and patchwork. The pieces are finely made in fabrics like satin, georgette, velvet, chiffon, Tulle. ‘High on Life’ is a perfect fusion of cultural & modern aspects.
The designs are edgy with jackets on anarkali suits; textured Gold border on a usual saree drape, laces used in different ways with frenchnots, beautiful evening outfits with slim fit pants, combination of colors is an added feature of Ratna’s new collection. Available at: A-42/5, Sector-62, Noida. Price Range: Starting from Rs 15,000, Contact: 9810066101.
Ratna Jain is a fashion designer based in Noida, India. She is highly qualified in her field having a four year Diploma in Design from SNDT University Mumbai and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Minneapolis College of Art and Design USA. She has also experimented with various mediums like sculpture, multi media work, set design and animation during the course of her studies in USA. Since then the designer’s independent label “Tantra by Ratna Jain” has gained a visible presence in India and abroad. Tantra specialises in design, manufacturing and retail of apparel, with in-house facilities of dyeing, Block printing, screen printing and hand painting. Employing over three hundred workers Tantra actively provides employment support to women from the backward classes and the physically handicapped.
Ratna Jain’s wide range of collection is at display at her new exclusive studio in Noida, spread over a 7,000 square feet area on two floors. Her self designed studio has breath taking interiors speaking volumes of her design sensibilities. The studio has a very open feel with an element of space and a subdued colour palette. The only bursts of colour are the clothes on display. Her favorite is a customised sepia toned wall paper in the entrance lobby with her initial media reviews. Her signature style is an amalgamation of traditional aesthetics and contemporary designs. Ratna has an inclination towards creating glamorous ensembles with Indian traditional colours, textures, embroideries and craftsmanship. She loves to give soul to the customer’s inner feelings by understanding their requirements and creating the best for the occasion. Her designs have an evergreen quality yet trendy with a huge repeat value, occasion wear has a lot of placement embellishments. Her client base is very loyal because of extra light weight designs which are very easy to wear.

The collection is a fusion of western and Indian silhouette like a Elizabethan gown and a lehnga with vibrant mid tone colors for occasion wear; also experimental easy to wear drape sarees which are a cross between a lehnga and a saree. The casual long tunics are with digital printing and hand painted. The fabrics used are satin, metallised georgette, tulle and taffeta.

With her flair for entrepreneurship, Ratna also owns the much awarded Best Western Devasthali Resort Goa. She launched her highly acclaimed resort/beach wear collection at the inauguration of her resort in 2010. The collection highlighted some of the finest ultra glam evening attire and beachwear.

Ratna also has a passion for jewellery design. She has designed jewellery for her friends and some known faces from the industry, her forte is reinventing old jewellery which lies around in people’s lockers because it is out of style but of sentimental value and giving it a contemporary twist converting them into statement pieces which seldom go un-noticed.


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