Gone are the days when sari’ were stereotyped. Today, this 6 yards of cloth has myriad adaptations that took over the runway. Designer Krishna Mehta cinching the pallu with a top-up shirt, and a kimono-style belt to give a modern twist to the Indian fabrics. Designer Urvashi Kaur’s creations spell comfort. She teamed a checked-collar blouse with pocket petticoat and blue pallu. Rina Dhaka teamed mandarin collared, turtleneck floral blouses with traditional saris. However, designer JJ Malaya went for the same drapes but styled differently. Floral saris with borders dipped in gold and cinched with a belt at the waist was what his collection looked liked. For a more ootd affair, Gaurav Jai Gupta kept it simple with chanderi infused with metallic accents.