Flora & Fauna Matka Silk Jacket
This style is made of handwoven matka silk fabric which was woven by our weavers in Murshidabad. In this collection, we’ve employed the dying technique of Arashi Shibori to create textures on our garments. For this style, we’ve created textures in the shades of moss green on the bed of steal blue Matka Silk. It’s an oversized front open boxy jacket with statement sleeves & neckline details. You’ll find intricate kantha & free hand embroidery on the front & back panels of the jacket. It’s a statement jacket which can be styled in multiple ways.
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The Loom Art believes in reviving the dying craft culture and heritage of artisans by giving them employement and promoting the craft to sustain it for a lifetime. Recreation of ancient hand embroideries like Kantha, Phulkari, Cross Stitch and further more to remind the consumers of simpler times. The collections are a medium to channelize these techniques with thoughfully designed motifs in order to keep the ancestry of story telling alive.
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The label focuses on reviving old authentic craft techniques and generating a platform of employement fo locals and bringing handloom back in vogue. They promote the idea of handwoven textiles and loom made fashion and ensure that the whole process is sustainable in its true sense where they give major credit to the fair trade and fair wage policies. Sustainability to them means sustaining livelihoods of talented artisans and thinking about sustainability as a way of life, for the same they also send a postcard mentioning the artisan that made your garment. ” HAPPY CLOTHES MADE BY HAPPY HANDS” is their motto which define their beliefs.
“The Loom Art” focuses on reviving the old and dying authentic craft of embroidery and weaving techniques in this fast-fashion world. It Is a fond effort to give a platform to artisans, weavers, embroiderers, etc. to come together and co-create. Sustainability is the core value of the brand. At its epicenter stands a strong belief in designing something that serves a purpose as well as solves a problem.