What? A tailored dress kurta gather detail on the placket with sleeves and pockets made from fine and comforting handspun & handwoven cotton crafted by Indian artisans.
Why? This space dyed fabric is made with soft cotton to make it skin friendly and the use of Azo free dyes and handloom makes this dress environment friendly. Being handcrafted this product saves on water and carbon footprint during its making.
Who? The Maker- The fabric is hand-woven in a village in West Bengal and the dress is stitched by our tailor in Studio in Jaipur, India. The Wearer- The dress is ideal for women who love handcrafted everyday clothing that is premium and care about their impact on the environment.
Where? The dress works in both casual and in work settings. Perfect for work from home.
When? The dress being made out handspun cotton with a relaxed fit, is ideal for the summer months. Provides great comfort during humid, rainy seasons.
How? Wear it as a dress with your favorite footwear be it sneakers or Stiletto heels or pair with bottoms for a more Indian kurta like experience.
Inspired from evergreen flowers- Hellebores, this dolman sleeve side gather top made using homespun handwoven cotton fabric which has lesser Carbon footprint than average mill-made fabric. The stitch detail in red colour add to the texture of the fabric.
Inspired from the works and life of Artist- Agnes Martin this spaghetti top is made using unprocessed griege homespun, handwoven cotton fabric which is near Zero-Carbon footprint, skillfully hand printed by artisans using fine brass metal printing blocks.
Inspired from the works and life of Artist- Agnes Martin this dolman sleeve side gather top is made using unprocessed griege homespun, handwoven cotton fabric which is near Zero-Carbon footprint, skillfully printed by hands using fine brass metal printing blocks.
We have been working with Cotton in Rajasthan, West Bengal and Jammu & Kashmir for some time now. While the raw material is same, the finished fabric looks, feels & behaves differently, just like its lovely natives and the stories they tell.
Why always share something related to crafts or from our own line of business? Let's move away a bit from that, today, we are sharing a short story written by Vinayak around 2008, a story about a "Garage Find".