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Inscribing the Lore of Indian Mythology with Kalamkari

Inscribing the Lore of Indian Mythology with Kalamkari

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There is something about the age-old Indian handloom art that till date dominates the realm of fashion designs and inspirations. No matter how much we feel driven by the West, the roots of these classic Indian art forms have established firm grounds amongst the designer community. Designers are unceasingly trying their hands at restoring the ancient crafts in the form of contemporary styles. One of the most celebrated Indian handloom arts is Kalamkari; a painstaking art of perfection, Kalamkari has its own kind of exclusivity and serenity to it. Treasured by the Mughals and the Golconda Nizams, the fabric is...

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Relive the gipsy life with arcadian Ajrak

Relive the gipsy life with arcadian Ajrak

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 If you are someone who wants to stand out in the crowd and experiment with your wardrobe every season, then Ajrak prints are a must for you this season. These fresh prints beautifully done in natural dyeing colours will not only add bliss to your outfit but would also help you ditch synthetic colours and reconcile with the environment. The glory of this ancient Sindhi art rests in the highly contrasting hues and an enchanting fusion of the Mughal inspired nakshatras and floral patterns. If you relate yourself to power and strength the shades of crimson red will add panache...

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The ethereal Kota Doria

The ethereal Kota Doria

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If you think of one word which can define the beauty of this fabric, then that is ethereal. This fabric has such grace and elegance that you could fall in love with it with just one look. And it is because this fabric is a unique blend of two most widely worn fabrics- Cotton and Silk. The weaving of these two is done in such a way as to produce square check patterns on the resulting fabric. It is these square patterns which makes this fabric one of its own kinds. And Kota Doria has been known all over the...

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Layer up your casual wears with scarves and stoles with our styling ideas this Season

Layer up your casual wears with scarves and stoles with our styling ideas this Season

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With February already here, spring season is also just days away. It is that time of the year when there is still a chill in the air but not too chilly to stuff yourself with a layer of sweaters. This weather is all about layering. So, layering even a single piece of your clothing with scarves/stoles would do just perfect unless you are not one of those who would take a hot water bath in summers too. Scarves can add color and texture to even your simple outfit. Just like an ornamental dupatta make even a cotton suit look so...

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The bold and illustrious Jacquard fabric

The bold and illustrious Jacquard fabric

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We are surrounded with millions of fabrics today. From everyday cotton to khadi to silks, Cashmere etc. But jacquard is one magical fabric ever created. It is so versatile that you can use it for anything. Winter wear or summer wear; home décor or clothing need; shoes or hair accessories; Jacquard has it all covered. It is because of the special loom that is used for weaving a jacquard fabric, which is called the jacquard loom. This loom provides individual control on every thread because of which jacquard is available in so many colors and patterns today. The versatility of...

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