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Jamdani the indian fil coupè

Jamdani the indian fil coupè

Thanks to its airy quality and its rich decorations, jamdani is definitely one of the most prized textile ever produced by human hands. This precio...
The forgotten meaning of Pashmina

The forgotten meaning of Pashmina

Warm, soft, elegant: that’s a perfect description of how you feel when you wear those beautiful fringed scarves which are known as pashminas. Howev...
Khadi cotton the fabric of freedom

Khadi cotton the fabric of freedom

Khadi is an Indian handwoven fabric which is usually manufactured from cotton, but sometimes also from wool and silk. But khadi is much more than a...
Yak wool between tradition and innovation

Yak wool between tradition and innovation

Back to the origins Far away, in an area extending from Mongolia to the Tibetan plateau through the Pamir region and the Nepalese Himalayan region...
The intricate wool texture and the discovery of the Ikat

The intricate wool texture and the discovery of the Ikat

Wool: a precious and ancient fibre with surprising properties. Insulating and waterproof, it has always been by our side to keep us warm in winter...
The legacy of block printing

The legacy of block printing

History: The art of block-printing originally hailed from Rajasthan where cotton was dyed and printed in order to build tents. However, soon the p...
Ancient indian art Tie & Dye

Ancient indian art Tie & Dye

Tie & dye is a very popular method of dyeing clothes known all over the world. This term was coined in the middle of the 20th century. But what...