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A gollabhama weaver

Telangana’s pastoral Golla community sees a new lease of life due to their unique motifs in handwoven saris featuring milkmaids

Made exclusively in the small town of Siddipet, some 100 km north of Hyderabad, gollabhama, literally meaning milkmaid, is a one-of-a-kind sari depicting the womenfolk of the pastoral Golla or Yadava

Published on 8th January 2023
Loukya launches in Bengaluru

Luxury heritage label, Loukya — a brand that focuses on handwoven silk saris and fabrics — launches in Bengaluru

The label aims at curating rare-to-find Kanchipuram silk saris that the previous generation managed to add into their wedding trousseaux

Published on 27th October 2022

CIMA Art in Life 2022 offers smartly designed handwoven saris to win over the millennials

The elegant exhibition will be on till October q

Published on 1st September 2022
An artisan working with discarded fabric

Closing the loop: Recycling textile wastes

This Noida-based upcycling service provider is using the power of collaboration and design to tackle the problem of textile waste

Published on 25th June 2022

Ekaya Banaras’ Spring Summer '22 collection Ambush reinterprets Shikargah motifs for modern palates

It features animal prints replicated though kadwa, tanchoi and cutwork techniques

Published on 8th April 2022

RESA by Ushnakamals' Chaap Tilak collection has timeless woven wonders in Benarasi weaves

Chaap Tilak offers a vivid tapestry of colours, ranging from the softest petal pinks to the rich jewel tones

Published on 7th January 2022

Shanti Banaras' new flagship store in Mehrauli offers an eclectic range of real zari Benarasi weaves 

Shanti Banaras' Khushi Shah tells us that it takes more than 24 hours to weave a metre of pure zari weave

Published on 10th December 2021
Sonam Dubal's creation

Renowned designer Sonam Dubal’s festive range of woven jackets will surely up your style quotient

The exquisite collection is available at CIMA Art in Life exhibition till October 11

Published on 8th October 2021
Silhouettes from Release 4 by Payal Khandwala

Payal Khandwala’s latest celebrates reimagined handwoven saris

Release 4 & 5 from Payal Khandwala are finally available and promise a brand new perspective from the designer’s love story with Indian handwoven saris

Published on 1st October 2021

Jaipur-based Live Linen champions pure linen by using the fabric to create relaxed dresses, separates and more

The brand also has bed spreads, curtains, and more, all made from linen

Published on 6th August 2021

Ekaya X Arohi brings contemporary stripes to traditional Banarasi weaves

The collection includes saris, separates and co-ord sets

Published on 23rd July 2021

Good Earth’s new label Flow offers handwoven Indian fabrics and clean, easy silhouettes

The launch is part of its celebrations for completing 25 years of its existence

Published on 24th June 2021

Homegrown label Kavana’s summer edit Manzar is all about hand-woven and recycled fabric

Kavana’s summer edit Manzar is all about hand-woven wonders and recycled fabric

Published on 16th April 2021

Shanti Banaras’ photo essay Akhatya highlights the lives of 8 transgender women

The campaign features the women in the label’s Banarasi weaves

Published on 15th March 2021

Pranay Baidya’s SS’21 edit Oporajito is a tale of the unvanquished in gorgeous weaves

Crafted in lush jewel tones of golden yellow, cerulean-blue, amethyst-purple, garnet-red, coral-pink and ivory, these classic pieces make for a great addition to a bride’s trousseau

Published on 12th March 2021

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