Amy Billimoria conquers another milestone: designs for a musical theatre! Couturier Amy Billimoria designs for Three Women- A musical theatre, written, directed & musically composed by Isheeta Ganguly Couturier & Bridal specialist Amy Billimoria takes her fashion to the theatre designing for the critically acclaimed musical theatre Three Women, initially costume designer being Tarun Tahiliani in the previous seasons. The play featuring Dipika Roy, Amrita Raichand & Madhurima Nigam & narration by Mandira Bedi, Three Women is a saucy, satirical, modern day spin on the lives of three Rabindranath Tagore’s women, then & now. Talking about designing for Three Women, Amy mentions, “It is a beautiful amalgamation of the old & the new. One will see authentic Bengali saris ornately edged with blouses influenced from the Tagore Era. The costume flows from Saris to modern contemporary wear depicting the strong characters of the three women.” Amy further adds, “The colors used are black, burnt orange & yellows depicting the various personas of the characters personally.” Isheeta Ganguly highly speaks about the designer & her collection, “It’s an anachronistic concept of design with the first of its kind time travel depicted through costumes in an international Tagore inspired production.” Amy Billimoria’s sartorial excellence has definitely scaled new heights with Three Women.

Amy Billimoria conquers another milestone: designs for a musical theatre!
Couturier Amy Billimoria designs for Three Women- A musical theatre, written, directed & musically composed by Isheeta Ganguly
Couturier & Bridal specialist Amy Billimoria takes her fashion to the theatre designing for the critically acclaimed musical theatre Three Women, initially costume designer being Tarun Tahiliani in the previous seasons.
The play featuring Dipika Roy, Amrita Raichand & Madhurima Nigam & narration by Mandira Bedi, Three Women is a saucy, satirical, modern day spin on the lives of three Rabindranath Tagore’s women, then & now.
Talking about designing for Three Women, Amy mentions, “It is a beautiful amalgamation of the old & the new. One will see authentic Bengali saris ornately edged with blouses influenced from the Tagore Era. The costume flows from Saris to modern contemporary wear depicting the strong characters of the three women.”
Amy further adds, “The colors used are black, burnt orange & yellows depicting the various personas of the characters personally.”
Isheeta Ganguly highly speaks about the designer & her collection, “It’s an anachronistic concept of design with the first of its kind time travel depicted through costumes in an international Tagore inspired production.”
Amy Billimoria’s sartorial excellence has definitely scaled new heights with Three Women.
Rajendra Ganotra is the Editor of Spicy Stars Mumbai

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