A timeless craft from Rajasthan, leheriya is one of the oldest Indian tie-dye techniques. A complex, time consuming […]
Imagine a stunning canvas of orange, green, pink, and yellow, brought to life in silhouettes just right for taking a little twirl, crafted in the most comfortable cotton mul, and elevated with an attention grabbing crinkle-effect, splendidly lined with hints of gota. Jaypore’s freshest edit of kalidar kurtas, churidars and dupattas is the culmination of just that. Mix-and-match for a lively statement, and pair with dainty gold jewelry and dull-metal embroidered juttis for the perfect festive finish.
Did you, like us, not want National Handloom Day to end? Beautiful images of effortlessly draped handwoven sarees, […]
In 1856, a 14-year old William Henry Perkin invented aniline purple or Mauve, while trying to synthesize Quinine […]
Every society continuously draws from its own past to re-define its collective aesthetic and it is quite often […]
India has a long and storied tradition of art, tracing its origin back to pre-historic settlements in the […]
In India, all that glitters, is nearly always jewelry. We can’t have enough of it and it’s not […]