This silhouette is made in handwoven silk fabric in soothing shades of green & yellow checks . It has scoop neckline with melon sleeves and ruffle details on the neckline with a opening at the back. With detailed hand embroidery on the yoke, bodice & on the buttons, this is an interesting silhouette and one of its kind. This collection is an assorted range of textiles & handspun fabrics sourced from Banaras, Islampur, Murshidabad & quaint villages of India. The inspiration for the embellishments & embroideries has been derived from the artist Huguette Caland and her work over the years. Intricate crafts like sujani & kantha are the key embroidery techniques been used.
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