In a statement released today, famed Indian couturier Sabyasachi apologises for saying that Indian women who can't wear a sari should feel ashamed of themselves. The designer was speaking at the Harvard India conference, and said, “I think, if you tell me that you do not know how to wear a saree, I would say shame on you. It’s a part of your culture, (you) need stand up for it.” Naturally, the story invited immediate backlash against the designer, with many accusing him of parochial views on dressing, even accusing him of gender bias. In his statement, Sabyasachi sought to clarify his intention, admitting to having poorly worded his argument. He has also posted the 'Open Letter' on his offic...