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      Kanjiveram

      Handwoven Kanjiveram silk sarees epitomise luxury to me. I love their sheen, bold colours and metallic lustre. I often embellish them with embroidery and pair them with bold blouses to give them a distinctive feel. Here are a few examples.

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      Bandhani

      The word ‘Bandhan’ is where Bandhani comes from, meaning tying together. This art form is from Rajasthan, Gujarat and some parts of Uttar Pradesh is also known as Bandhej and is brought to life using the tying and dying technique. I particularly love the vibrant colours of these sarees and the unique patterns and alluring twirls that are created by tying rai dana ( mustard seeds ) or chana dal ( round lentils ) tightly onto the cloth before being dipped in a dye made from natural colours. Bandhani sarees are bold, fun, colourful and extremely easy to wear.

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      About Me

      About Me

      I love making unique, bold, timeless, and quintessentially Indian ethnic sarees, garments, and jewellery that make a statement. I work with weavers and skilled craftsmen from all over India to bring you textiles that are handcrafted with the utmost care to create heirloom sarees which are wearable pieces of art.

      I do not produce in bulk and every single piece is painstakingly created with lots of love and patience showcasing meticulous craftsmanship and unique design aesthetics.

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      • November 30, 2021 Patola Tales – Sarees fit for Royalty
        Patola Tales – Sarees fit for Royalty

        The patola fabric is rightly called the king of textiles as it never fades. It epitomizes weaving perfection and is one of the finest textiles of India. The process of weaving a patola saree is tricky, it requires mathematical precession, patience and a creative vision. A patola saree looks the same from both sides, it is not faded on one side, unlike other handwoven textiles.

         

      • November 30, 2021 Bandhani : The Magic of Colours
        Bandhani : The Magic of Colours

        Bandhani a form of surface enhancement that is done by using tie-dye technique. It is believed that it may have originated accidentally but eventually evolved into an art form. I work with skilled craftsmen from Kutch in Gujarat, through Saurashtra, Rajasthan, and Haryana to make exquisite...