Textile conservationist to display Uzbek to AP ikkat weaving in Mumbai

News Tags: Fashion designer, hold trade fair, ikkat from Andhra, Ikkat weaving, Madhu Jain, mathematical woven wonder, Nakshi Kantha line, nature, new Uzbek-inspired ikkats, Odisha ikkat inspired by temple motifs, produced on pit looms, textile conservationist and craft revivalist, traditional textiles and handloom, Uzbek-inspired ikkats

Mumbai
Textile conservationist to display Uzbek to AP ikkat weaving in Mumbai
Summary: 
Madhu Jain known as a textile conservationist and craft revivalist rather than fashion designer to celebrate 29 years of persistent commitment to traditional textiles and handlooms by holding a trade fair in the city Mumbai on April 7.

Madhu Jain known as a textile conservationist and craft revivalist rather than fashion designer to celebrate 29 years of persistent commitment to traditional textiles and handlooms by holding a trade fair in the city Mumbai on April 7.

Her latest collection will a line of her new Uzbek-inspired ikkats, alongside a retrospective of her signature Andhra Pradesh and Odisha Ikkats. She has infused the Buddhist Mandala design from the textile traditions of Thailand into the latter.

http://www.mid-day.com/articles/textile-conservationist-to-showcase-patterns-from-uzbekistan-to-andhra-pradesh-in-mumbai/17076192
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Rajasthan to celebrate the desert state’s textiles and craft soon

News Tags: celebrate desert textile and craft, collaborated with National award winning, Fashion designer, Fashion extravaganza, First edition of Rajasthan Heritage Week, hand-embroidered fabrics, handloom weavers from Rajasthan, handmade in Rajasthan, highlight heritage fabrics like khadi, kota, Prasad Bidapa

New Delhi
Rajasthan to celebrate the desert state’s textiles and craft soon
Summary: 
The first edition of 'Rajasthan Heritage Week', that includes a 3 day fashion extravaganza, Handmade in Rajasthan aims to celebrate the desert state's textile and crafts will begin in Jaipur from December 3 . Fashion designer Prasad Bidapa has collaborated with National Award winning handloom weavers from Rajasthan for this event.

The first edition of 'Rajasthan Heritage Week', that includes a 3 day fashion extravaganza, Handmade in Rajasthan aims to celebrate the desert state's textile and crafts will begin in Jaipur from December 3 . Fashion designer Prasad Bidapa has collaborated with National Award winning handloom weavers from Rajasthan for this event.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/celebrate-rajasthan-s-textiles-art-through-cultural-fests-115111801139_1.html
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Designer Rinku Sobti with her collection Tassels, Varanasi weaves to debut LFW

News Tags: Bajardiya weavers, debuts LFW, Fashion designer, loom tradition of Varanasi, on Indian Textile Day, Rinku Sobti, shape her collection, showcase Collection Tassels, the Subtle and the Grand, Varanasi styles

Mumbai
Designer Rinku Sobti with her collection Tassels, Varanasi weaves to debut LFW
Summary: 
Delhi based fashion designer Rinku Sobti on the Indian Textile Day on 27th August at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive to showcase her collection, 'Tassels', redefines the loom tradition of Varanasi. The brand 'Loom 1905' is a thought inspired by the Swadeshi movement. Just like the concept of this revolutionary movement, the brand too advocates the preservation of the sumptuous handloom fabrics created in India. It aspires to motivate the youth of today to take this tradition forward and to embrace the beauty of this authentic art.

Delhi based fashion designer Rinku Sobti on the Indian Textile Day on 27th August at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive to showcase her collection, 'Tassels', redefines the loom tradition of Varanasi. The brand 'Loom 1905' is a thought inspired by the Swadeshi movement. Just like the concept of this revolutionary movement, the brand too advocates the preservation of the sumptuous handloom fabrics created in India. It aspires to motivate the youth of today to take this tradition forward and to embrace the beauty of this authentic art.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/fashion/shows/Rinku-Sobti-debuts-LFW-with-Varanasi-weaves/articleshow/48685159.cms
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No demand for Kora silk despite awarded GI tag

News Tags: awarded right to weave and sell, engaged in creating, Fashion designer, GI tagged Kovai Kora cotton saris, operating loom, rather than Kora silk, soft silk saris, struggle to find buyers for Kora, Weavers of Thiruvallur

Coimbatore
No demand for Kora silk despite  awarded GI tag
Summary: 
More than 80 percent of the residents of Thiruvallur located near Alangombu and Sirumugai a 40km from Coimbatore are weavers operating the loom engaged in creating colourful designs on soft silk saris adorned by millions of Indian rather than Kora silk. Even though Alangombu and Sirumugai host a majority of the 82 handloom cooperative societies awarded the right to weave and sell the GI tagged Kovai Kora cotton saris.

More than 80 percent of the residents of Thiruvallur located near Alangombu and Sirumugai a 40km from Coimbatore are weavers operating the loom engaged in creating colourful designs on soft silk saris adorned by millions of Indian rather than Kora silk. Even though Alangombu and Sirumugai host a majority of the 82 handloom cooperative societies awarded the right to weave and sell the GI tagged Kovai Kora cotton saris.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/coimbatore/Despite-GI-tag-Kora-silk-has-no-takers/articleshow/47034268.cms
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Khadi sales sets cash registers ringing as it is gains popularity in fashion world

News Tags: cash register, cotton fabric, Fabindia, Fashion designer, hand crafted clothing, hand woven, icon of swadeshi, Khadi, khadi collection, khadi export, khadi footwear, rocking ramp, sari, trendy

New Delhi
Khadi sales sets cash registers ringing as it gains popularity in fashion world
Summary: 
Fashion designers are rocking the ramp with khadi collections made from hand-woven cotton fabric. Khadi, one time was an integral part and icon of the Swadeshi movement is now trendy and has set the cash registers ringing as it catches popularity in the fashion world.

Fashion designers are rocking the ramp with khadi collections made from hand-woven cotton fabric. Khadi, one time was an integral part and icon of the Swadeshi movement is now trendy and has set the cash registers ringing as it catches popularity in the fashion world.

http://www.dayafterindia.com/detail.php?headline=content&catid=6926
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Designer Vaishali Shadangule to work with traditional weaves and textile to give it a new look

News Tags: Chanderi, Fashion designer, Ikat, Jamdani, Kand, Maheshwari, Paithani, traditional weaves of Indian textiles, Vaishali Shadangule, western and contemporary dresses

Mumbai
Designer Vaishali Shadangule to work with traditional weaves and textile
Summary: 
Jamdani, Paithani, Maheshwari, Chanderi, Kand, Ikat are traditional weaves of Indian textiles, which Mumbai-based fashion designer Vaishali Shandangule has taken up special mission to work with traditional weaves and textiles to give a new existence as western and contemporary dresses.

Jamdani, Paithani, Maheshwari, Chanderi, Kand, Ikat are traditional weaves of Indian textiles, which Mumbai-based fashion designer Vaishali Shandangule has taken up special mission to work with traditional weaves and textiles to give a new existence as western and contemporary dresses.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/specials/new-look-for-old-india-114092500454_1.html
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Ajrakh oldest tradition of block printing on textile making a come back

News Tags: Ajark craft product, Ajrakh, Ajrakh Textile Traditions, Fashion designer, Indigo key dye, Khadi fabric, natural dyes, oldest tradition of block printing, Shelly Jyoti, vegetable and mineral dyes

Gujarat
Ajrakh oldest tradition of block printing on textile
Summary: 
Ajrakh, one of the oldest traditions of block printing on textiles still practiced in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan . Ajrak craft products are made with natural dyes. The entire production of the products includes both vegetable dyes and mineral dyes. Indigo is key dye.

Ajrakh, one of the oldest traditions of block printing on textiles still practiced in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan . Ajrak craft products are made with natural dyes. The entire production of the products includes both vegetable dyes and mineral dyes. Indigo is key dye.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/ajrakh-artist-captures-traditional-textile-s-charm-in-show-114082900219_1.html
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Raghavendra Rathore's attempt to make dhoti a trendy outfit for men

News Tags: ancestral wardrobes, bandhgalas, Fashion designer, old world charm, political debate, Raghavendra Rathore, traditional attire, trendy dhoti, wearing dhoti

Mumbai
Raghavendra Rathore attempt to make dhoti a trendy outfit for men
Summary: 
Raghavendra Rathore noted fashion designer, costume designer, and entrepreneur from India whose designs always have an old world charm of Rajasthan and royalty. Knowing there is a political debate going on wearing dhoti in clubs wants dhoti to be in trend

Raghavendra Rathore noted fashion designer, costume designer, and entrepreneur from India whose designs always have an old world charm of Rajasthan and royalty. Knowing there is a political debate going on wearing dhoti in clubs wants dhoti to be in trend.
 
Recently, after the heated argument over wearing dhotis in clubs after refusal of entry to a Madras High Court judge, Justice D. Hariparanthaman, by the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) Club. Rathore still wants the traditional attire to be part of men's wardrobe.
 

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Fashion designer Dutta, the first Indian to make his way at the prestigious MBFW

News Tags: Fashion designer, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Shivaji Dutta, sustainable design

India
Fashion designer Dutta, the first Indian to make his way at the prestigious MBFW
Summary: 
Shivaji Dutta, a young Kolkata-based designer with love for garments wanting to be known as a sustainable designer has made his way to the prestigious Mercedes Benz Fashion Week (MBFW)in Moscow to be the first Indian designer to showcase at MBFW. The theme of his collection at MBFW was based on ‘Sustainable design’ creating by knitting together thin strips of using scrap leather.

Shivaji Dutta, a young Kolkata-based designer with love for garments wanting to be known as a sustainable designer has made his way to the prestigious Mercedes Benz Fashion Week (MBFW)in Moscow to be the first Indian designer to showcase at MBFW. The theme of his collection at MBFW was based on ‘Sustainable design’ creating by knitting together thin strips of using scrap leather.

http://www.fashionunited.in/news/fashion/shivaji-dutta-first-indian-designer-to-show-at-mbfw-170420146917
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