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Maku Harumi Indigo top with Jamdani Details

$285.00

Maku Textiles is India-based, founded and directed by designer, Santanu Das.  He finished design education at the National Institute of Design in India, worked in New York, and returned to India to launch his “Slow Fashion” brand, MAKU. ” ‘Maku’ is a Bengali word that literally means the shuttle that we use in the handloom”, Santanu notes. His interest is largely in preserving indigo, “There are so many misconceptions about indigo and that’s one of the reasons why we picked it [as our main colour]. Indigo is hand-dyed and its shade cannot be replicated. You cannot make a recipe for it and it depends on many factors such as yield, climate, humidity, temperature and the bacteria. Its various aspects and external elements are what makes it so incredibly valuable. Today, if we cannot appreciate diversity, we will deliberately kill our enriching culture and the knowledge embedded in it.”

• Loose-fitting indigo-dyed woven blouse with jamdani woven motifs (diamonds and little flowers)

• Half sleeves, scoop rounded neckline

• Fine pleat details at front and back

• Embroidered hem detail

• One size- Bust 46″ | Length 25″

Handwash with like colors in cold water with mild detergent and dry flat in the shade. Some colors may bleed the first few times washing. Or dry clean

 

Sourced from the internet: Jamdani weaving is done as a woven cloth to create decorative motifs, often with metallic threads, and generally unique to Indian cloth. “The word ‘jamdani’ is believed to be of Persian origin, derived from ‘Jam’ (meaning flower) and ‘Dani’ (meaning vase). This is a supplementary weft technique of weaving, where the artistic motifs are produced by a non-structural weft, in addition to the standard weft that holds the warp threads together. The standard weft creates a fine fabric while the supplementary weft with thicker threads adds the intricate patterns to it. Each supplementary weft motif is added separately by hand by interlacing the weft threads into the warp with fine bamboo sticks using individual spools of thread. It is a time-consuming weaving technique.

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