Describing about her collection, which depicts work done by weavers of India and with the aim to raise the support and awareness about weavers from Benaras who craft beautifully decorated Benarasi Silk garments, Versha Sethi told that the designs in her collection hold the beautiful cultural variation from 14 century to 20 century, where traditional Benarasi fabrics are done with lot of hard work and skillful work using silk. The outfits hold the immense beauty of Indian princess from Mughal emperor brides to the independent brides of today maintaining a rich traditional culture of India. She too described that fabrics used to design this collection were Jamdani, Tan Chui, Karwa, Katan Silk and KimkhwabShe told that she felt very delighted to showcase her collection on such a prestigious platform and that too on an international stage. While adding that, more than 20 models paraded on the ramp representing India and its culture and traditions through her designs, she thought this to be a task of great responsibility and pleasure for her. Versha dedicated this majestic and superb collection “Queen of Banaras” to all those great weavers who brighten the fashion world with their endless efforts, in a pursuit to keep the tradition of our artwork alive.