Azulik Shirt with Trousers
This Azulik shirt has been cut out of a digitally printed cupro satin fabric. The print is on-of-a-kind, inspired by the wildness and ambiguity of the city of tulum. It features a hand woven gross grain weave, woven in two different colours on the cuff. It has a normal button opening with metallic buttons. Looks best with our matching azulik trousers. It features a front opening and pockets. The fit is high waist and casual.
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Though design is a core deal, which is literally weaved through each collection as we use handloom fabrics sourced from weaving communities in India as well as newer sustainable fabrics such as Cupro( also known as vegan silk), Organic denim and organic cotton.
Each of our pieces is hand-crafted and made with a lot of love and care.Our detailings are also hand-done, and we use one of a kind buttons/trims/patches/embroideries.Our desire to re-interpret and update ancient practices of textile design, have led us to look at techniques like, tie and dye and block printing. Our pieces are hand tie and dyed and carry imperfections which is a characteristic of craftsmanship. Each piece is not exactly the same as the other. We also use an unique technique of hand weaving tape to create a woven fabric look. All the prints that you see are unique and created through fully.
They follow all the UN Sustainable development goals as part of their brand ethos.
Studio Rigu by Riya Gupta is synonymous with the ideology of 'Empowered Feminity'. Innovative shapes, modern tailoring, and clean lines are the focus of the brand. They utilise menswear fabrics into feminine silhouettes to enhance and challenge power dressing's traditional designs. They have integrated their sustainability efforts by incorporating artisanal handicraft techniques into modern and updated methods and also follow a slow production method to keep their focus on creating clothes that can move from one season to another. Studio Rigu is a brand created by and for women. They try to incorporate female artisans and craft persons at every stage to promote women's rehabilitation and empowerment.