Indian Fashion Designers Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Ana Ivanovic Sizzles in a Beige Sabyasachi Saree

Ana Ivanovic is no new name to the tennis lovers around the world. But she, most definitely is the hottest addition to the list of international celebrities who have draped themselves in sarees and loved it (what’s not to love? we ask.).

Ana was in Delhi for the second season on International Tennis Premier League (ITPL) after playing in the Philippines and Japan. She is a member of UAE Royals team for the second consecutive season. The Serbian beauty is currently ranked number sixteen in the world, by Women’s Tennis Association.


During her short stay in Delhi, she won a game against Japan Warriors team member Kurumi Nara and her substitute Mirjana Lucic by 6-2. And she incidentally won the hearts of many when she wore a beautiful saree designed by famous Indian designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She has also posted a picture of herself wearing the saree on her twitter account with the hashtag #wheninIndia. She wrote – “Traditional Indian Saree moment! I had to try it! #WhenInIndia.”


More picture of her in saree can be found in her Instagram account, where she posted two images. In the first she is standing by the pool facing the camera. In that post she wrote:

“Greetings from #India. I arrived in #Delhi and of course I had to try the traditional Indian #saree while I am here designed by the wonderful @SABYASACHIOFFICIAL. What do you think guys?”

Her Instagram-worthy saree moment earned her over thirty-seven thousand likes.


In her next saree pic, she was seen twirling around so that her back was shown, revealing the beautiful pallu. Her fresh-faced smile was more than an accessory for the photo shoot. Her post read –

“Goodbye beautiful #India. I had a wonderful time with the @iptlworld and it was nice to win my match today and leave on a high. Considering you all loved my last saree shot, here is one more!”

This image too has nearly twenty-eight thousand likes.


The saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee was a light beige one with heavy embroidery and sequin work and a zari border. The pallu of the saree has ornate embroidery. She teamed the saree up with a sleeveless blouse and a simple braid. Her makeup and accessories were minimal. And yet she looked absolutely gorgeous. She really seems to have aced the art of wearing a saree.

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