In 2013, BIBA and Rohit Bal came together to open a new brand for premium ethnic wear collection known as BIBA by Rohit Bal. It was aimed to offer premium ethnic formal evening and occasional wear.

BIBA is the brainchild of Meera Bindra that materialized in the year 1986. She designed fashionable and affordable ethnic wear such as salwar kameez, kurta and dupatta for girls and women. They have stitched and unstitched ethnic wear for girls from the age group of 2-12 years.

Rohit Bal alias Gudda is one of the finest and renowned fashion designer who has craved out a niche for himself. His bridal collections, lehangas, anarkalis and other designer outfits are worn by the celebs in India and across the globe. He also has a premium collection of sarees for the saree lovers in the bright shades of pink, blue, orange, red, black and many more.

When the two rock stars from the fashion fraternity joined hands to deliver premium ethnic collections to the people of India, BIBA Dresses by Rohit Bal was born.

Have a look at a few of biba dresses, Anarkali suit by BIBA by Rohit Bal. You would notice he uses his fashion statement fabric, cotton, muslin and Chanderi Silk.

Designer Collection of BIBA Dresses by Rohit Bal


Beautiful kurta and churidar set in stunning fuschia with two layers of polka dots at the bottom of the kurta. It also features multi-hued brocade that blends with the crinkled silk kurta. It is accompanied by a matching silk churidar and net dupatta with brocade border. Team it up with a clutch purse and golden heels to give an ethereal look.


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Anarkali in chanderi cotton and resham embroidered waistcoat, is one of the signature BIBA dresses. The cotton churidar and crinkled duppatta makes it an ideal outfit for an evening in the summer months. The floral embroidered waistcoat gives the dress a very classy look.


An asymmetrical Anarkali set in beige and wine colored waistcoat. The coat is intricately worked with gold appliqué work. The fabric is Chanderi and comes along with crinkled dupattas with brocade and cotton churidar. One of the trendiest biba dresses wear for chilly winters.


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Crinkled indigo kurta and velvet waistcoat that has resham embroidery all over it. Worn with a cotton churidar and contrasting maroon earrings will definitely make you stand out in the crowd.


Maroon appliqué kurta exudes elegance to the wearer. It has gold motifs around the neck and the botton. The silk kurta when teamed with net dupatta with golden brocade and lycra net churidar is sure to make you feel royal at the party.

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A pretty anarkali biba dress set in indigo and white combination. The upper part of the kurta is striped and has miniature buttons while the lower part has large double layer block prints in ivory shade. The kurta is a muslin fabric while the churidar is in cotton. It also has a crinkled dupatta with a white border and block prints on both ends.

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Another wonderful piece from BIBA & Rohit Bal. The red, indigo and gold block print on the inverted V-pattern makes it a beautiful anarkali suits for an evening out. The matching color cotton churidar and crinkled dupatta add grace to the wearer.


Crinkled cotton kurta with floral embroidery on the shoulders with matching cotton churidar and chiffon dupatta is an ideal for a summer evening. Team with golden or copper shade pump shoes or high heels to give a classy look


Tangerine with appliqué embroidered Chanderi Anarkali is suitable for an evening party. The applique embroidery definitely stands out. It comes with a net dupatta with golden brocade and matching cotton churidar. Such BIBA dresses are perfect for sangeet ceremonies or festival get-togethers.

These collections are made available across the nation in the BIBA retail stores in all major cities such as Pune, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Lucknow, Ranchi, Patna and also at selected Central Stores and Shopper’s Stop.

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