Fashion Film “Osariya” A Fashion Film by Calvin Chinthaka.
4 Mins - Sri Lanka
“The Kandyan sari, also known as Osariya, is the national garment of many colours and textures worn by Sri Lankan women. It is a long-lasting tradition of modesty and fashion which is now facing the influence of modern social identity.
The Osariya is a two-piece attire, with one blouse that covers the midriff and is tucked into the waist. A key distinguishing feature of this style is that the saree is not pleated at the waist, but rather pleated at the shoulders. In comparison to the traditional saree draping style.
It is a blend of tradition and style; a simple cloth of six yards with a width of three feet with origins traced to the Kandyan Kingdom.
In association with the London College of Fashion.
DOP Calvin Chinthaka instagram.com/fashion_calvin
Model Kalpanee Gunawardana instagram.com/kalpanee.gunawardana
Stylist Manasha Silva instagram.com/manashasilva
Dressmaker Chintha Wickramasinghe
Assistant Dhanushka Bandara instagram.com/dhanushtagram
Jewellery Kalon instagram.com/kalonofficial
Wardrobe Fibonacci.1618 instagram.com/fibonacci.1618
Osari / Saree Fabrics Sunimals Handloom instagram.com/sunimals_handloom
Fabric Designer Achini Liyanage instagram.com/achini.liyanage
Location Amaya Hills Kandy, Sri Lanka