Hand stitched Magenta love

In my latest collection, my Magenta Flower Dot Shibori is truly a labor of love and something you need to see to appreciate.
Completely hand made, the tye & dye comes from a unique Indian art form and tradition of stitching the Shbiori artwork by hand - leading to the little pin/dots you can see throughout the fabric.
And as always - this garment is 100% conceived, sketched, and designed by me and then completely hand made by my team in India. Never being outsourced to a factory, and never being restocked or repeated in this precious one of a kind fabric.

First up in this stunning fabric is my Longaya Top. This is a simple yet very detailed top that is a super easy and free fitting silhouette. The free form and side panels have extra shirring that is finished with some shirring on the side to offer uniqueness to the whole style.

Next up is my Khush Short - an ode to my adventurous spirit, featuring cargo inspired large patch pockets with a self-fabric belt. Designed with a paper bag style waistband, the shorts can be worn both high waist and on the hips depending on the desired look.

And lastly, but certainly not least - my Geet dress is a free flowing sophisticated mid-calf length dress with an adjustable waistband. The dress comes with elasticated sleeves designed to fall at mid arm length. She can be styled with heeled boots for the evening or with slides for a more casual look.
Designed to be loose fitting at the skirt so the fabric can flow with your movement, and with a deep V-neck with an A-line silhouette. 
All made by hand, in limited quantities, and never re-stocked.

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