December 7, 2021

Kriti, Sara Ali Khan to Anushka: Celebs who accessorised their look with Designer of the Week: Fizzy Goblet

Footwear has at all times held the prime spot when it comes to accessorising a look, particularly for extra formal events. Desi outfits are trickier to fashion since a restricted fashion of footwear goes with ethnic outfits. Whereas kolhapuris and stilettos have at all times been the go-to they’ve just lately been changed by juttis, that aren’t solely comfy but in addition look glamorous and could be styled with western outfits as properly!

A footwear model that’s on each movie star’s radar, is Fizzy Goblet. The jutti model, based in 2015 by Laksheeta Govi, is a well-liked decide for celebrities to accessorise and improve their outfits. ” I saw a pair of shoes which were really cool and quirky but they turned out to be quite highly-priced,” Govi tells us in an unique chat. Following that, she determined to paint her personal pair of sneakers that was appreciated, giving her sufficient push to take issues ahead.

Laksheeta Govi

Govi started with juttis and Fizzy Goblet remains to be identified for them, regardless of increasing into different footwear types. We’re curious to know what it’s about juttis that appears to have struck a chord. “Although it is a beautiful silhouette, it is almost always considered as an uncomfortable option,” says Laksheeta who has managed to contemporize the footwear from primary tan and leather-based shades to including completely different colors, gildings, embroideries and extra.

Sara Ali Khan

Sara Ali Khan paired her Fizzy Goblet juttis with an Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla outfit

Kareena Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor Khan paired her Fizzy Goblet juttis with a Uncooked Mango outfit

One other factor we’re interested in is the time that it takes to make a pair of juttis. The designer tells us that it is not a simple course of and might generally take up to 60 hours per pair! “Embroideries, appliqué, zari work, everything is a part of our creations and is handcrafted specially by our artisans. I love experimenting with colours, fabrics and patterns and implement the same with my creations,” says Govi who started the label again when she was solely 24 and has right this moment collaborated with some of the greatest designers in the nation! From Rahul Mishra to Payal Singhal, “Each collaboration was done to create something out of the box and we pushed our boundaries to create it. And the process included many aspects such as the intricate design details, the playful patterns, embroideries and incorporating their design sensibilities and techniques into the process of creating these juttis, elevated the designs altogether,” she says about two of her greatest collaborations.

Kriti Sanon

Kriti Sanon paired her Anita Dongre anarkali wtih FIzzy Goblet juttis

Anushka Sharma

Anushka Sharma paired her Anita Dongre anarkali with Fizzy Goblet juttis

Fizzy Goblet was additionally one of the first on-line footwear shops that was launched in a time when individuals weren’t totally satisfied of buying or ordering a pair of sneakers on-line. Govi’s greatest takeaway in all these years has to be, “When to rush things and when to let them take their time. Between wanting results, speed, quality and costs there will always be a balance that needs to be maintained. It’s something that I’m still working on,” she reveals actually.

Do you like a pair of juttis or kolhapuris to full your desi look?