Designer chaupal for weavers and fashion designers at Crafts Museum

Related Keywords: Banarasi and Chanderi, Brocade, cluster or area of work, cotton and tussar, crafts museum, Designer Chaupal, designers chosen, Development Commissioner Handlooms, Ikat, interaction between weavers and designers, Jamdani, Ministry of Textiles, several steps to help designer and weaver community, take collaboration to next level, work together

New Delhi
Designer chaupal for weavers and fashion designers at Crafts Museum
Summary: 
The Ministry of Textiles has been taking several steps to help the designer and weaver community work together and one such step, the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) came up with is the 'Designer Chaupal' at Crafts Museum.

The Ministry of Textiles has been taking several steps to help the designer and weaver community work together and one such step, the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) came up with is the 'Designer Chaupal' at Crafts Museum.

The idea of Designer Chaupal was to have an interaction with the weavers and designers and discuss steps to take their collaboration to the next level.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/smriti-iranis-chaupal-for-weavers-and-fashion-designers/articleshow/59863540.cms
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PTRI develops new technologies for promoting indigenous fiber

Related Keywords: abel, clothing and fashion accessories, Department of Science and Technology, developed new technologies, empowers indigenous peoples communities, Ikat, iloko, mainstream textile, Philippine Textile Research Institute, promoting use of natural fibers, PTRI, put traditional arts and crafts, Senator Loren Legarda, tnalak, using natural fibers

Manila
PTRI  develops new technologies for promoting indigenous fiber
Summary: 
Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI) of the Department of Science and Technology has developed new technologies for promoting the use of natural fibers for clothing and fashion accessories for which Senator Loren Legarda congratulated them. Using natural fibers empowers indigenous peoples communities to put their traditional arts and crafts like the ikat, the t’nalak, abel iloko, the piña, and others in the mainstream textile industry.

Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI) of the Department of Science and Technology has developed new technologies for promoting the use of natural fibers for clothing and fashion accessories for which Senator Loren Legarda congratulated them. Using natural fibers empowers indigenous peoples communities to put their traditional arts and crafts like the ikat, the t’nalak, abel iloko, the piña, and others in the mainstream textile industry.

http://baguiomidlandcourier.com.ph/region.asp?mode=%20archives/2017/february/2-12-2017/reg3-Textile-Institute-lauded.txt
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Fashion show walk hand-in-hand organized to revive heritage textiles

Related Keywords: Ajrakh, Banarasi weaves, bandhani, co created by textile craftsmen, fashion designers, fashion show, held at Cept University, Ikat, Maheshwari weaves, organized as part of Archiprix, presented line of couture, revive and promote heritage textiles, the show conceptualized by Crafts Design Society Art Foundation, Walking Hand in Hand

Ahmedabad
Fashion show walk hand-in-hand organized to  revive heritage textiles
Summary: 
A fashion show, 'Walking Hand-in-Hand' was held at Cept University on Thursday organized as part of Archiprix 2017, the show, conceptualized by Crafts+Design+Society (CDS) Art Foundation. It presented a line of couture which were co-created by textile craftsmen and fashion designers to revive and promote heritage textiles.

A fashion show, 'Walking Hand-in-Hand' was held at Cept University on Thursday organized as part of Archiprix 2017, the show, conceptualized by Crafts+Design+Society (CDS) Art Foundation. It presented a line of couture which were co-created by textile craftsmen and fashion designers to revive and promote heritage textiles.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ahmedabad/artisans-designers-walk-hand-in-hand-to-fashion-revival-of-heritage-textiles/articleshow/57070742.cms
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Craftsvilla and co-optex join traditional ties

Related Keywords: Banarasi, Co-optex, cotton sarees, Craftsvilla, Ethnic, handmade, Ikat, joined hands, marketplace to, natural products, online ethnic store, organic, Silk sarees, Silk-cotton sarees, Tamil Nadu Handloom Weavers' Co-operative Society, Tussar and Jamdani weaves, Vintage

Chennai
Craftsvilla and co-optex join traditional ties
Summary: 
Craftsvilla, an online ethnic store and marketplace to various Handmade, Vintage, Ethnic, Organic and Natural products from India has joined hands with the Tamil Nadu Handloom Weavers' Co-operative Society,Co-optex.

Craftsvilla, an online ethnic store and marketplace to various Handmade, Vintage, Ethnic, Organic and Natural products from India has joined hands with the Tamil Nadu Handloom Weavers' Co-operative Society,Co-optex.

This handloom society deals with products ranging from Silk sarees, Cotton sarees, Silk-cotton sarees, Home furnishings, Churidhar materials, Dhotis, Petticoats and all handloom products etc.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/Craftsvilla-to-sell-Co-optex-products/articleshow/55727695.cms
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Kairi 2016 expo of traditional textile and sari hosted for Delhiites

Related Keywords: affordable prices, ajrak, bagh prints, bagru, banaras weaves, bandhani, Chanderi, dabu prints, desi dressers, hosted by Delhi Crafts Council, Ikat, including tie & dye, Kairi three day textile and sari exhibition, Kalamkari, Khadi, kota, laheriya, looking for traditional weaves, Maheshwari, tribal weaves from Bastar, weaving styles and patterns

New Delhi
Kairi 2016 expo of traditional textile and sari hosted for Delhiites
Summary: 
A three day textile and sari exhibition called Kairi 2016 is hosted by Delhi Crafts in the Capital for desi dressers who are looking for traditional weaves at affordable prices.

A three day textile and sari exhibition called Kairi 2016 is hosted by Delhi Crafts in the Capital for desi dressers who are looking for traditional weaves at affordable prices.

The exhibition will offer a variety of time-honoured weaving styles and patterns, including tie & dye, khadi, ajrak, bagru, dabu prints, laheriya, bandhani, kalamkari, banaras weaves, ikat, kota, maheshwari, chanderi, bagh prints, tribal weaves from Bastar, and weaves from South India among others. The price range of the yardage starts at about Rs 200 per meter, while saris start from Rs1,500.

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/a-taste-of-traditional-fabrics-for-delhiites/1/616369.html
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Odisha handloom clusters to promote textile tourism in the State

Related Keywords: Badamba cluster, Berhampur cluster, Bomkai, Gopalpur I and II, Ikat, Ministry of Textiles, Odisha handloom clusters, silk, Sonepur mega cluster, textile manufacturing chain, textile tourism, tourism tag, traditional Tassar fabrics

Bhubaneswar
Odisha handloom clusters to promote textile tourism in the State
Summary: 
The Ministry of Textiles has identified Odisha’s four handloom clusters - Berhampur cluster in Ganjam district, Badamba in Cuttack district, Gopalpur I and Gopalpur II in Jajpur district and Sonepur mega cluster in Sonepur district, to promote textile tourism in the State.

The Ministry of Textiles has identified Odisha’s four handloom clusters - Berhampur cluster in Ganjam district, Badamba in Cuttack district, Gopalpur I and Gopalpur II in Jajpur district and Sonepur mega cluster in Sonepur district, to promote textile tourism in the State.

The four handloom clusters will soon get tourism tag as these clusters are located in proximity to tourism spots like Gopalpur-on-sea, Maniabandh Buddhist village and Diamond Triangle of Ratnagiri, Lalitgiri and Udaygiri, the Ministry aims to link promotion of tourism and handloom through textile tourism.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/odisha/Handloom-Cluster-Launchpad-for-State-Textile-Tourism/2014/11/03/article2505691.ece
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Designer Vaishali Shadangule to work with traditional weaves and textile to give it a new look

Related Keywords: 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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Mayan Textile exhibition to showcase collection of Guatemalan hand woven cottons and silks traditional wear

Related Keywords: back-strap loom, collection of Guatemalan, corte fabric, dyeing technique, hand woven cotton, Ikat, Mayan textile exhibition, silk, traje, treadle loom. huipil

Guatemalan
Mayan Textile exhibition to showcase collection of Guatemalan hand woven cottons
Summary: 
Mayan textile exhibition is a privately owned collection of Guatemalan hand woven cottons and silks, that represent a colourful picture of the Mayan Indian culture and life.

Mayan textile exhibition is a privately owned collection of Guatemalan hand woven cottons and silks, that represent a colourful picture of the Mayan Indian culture and life.
 
The bulk of the collection consists of, Huipiles, that are women's traditional wear and are fully embroidered using cotton silk and other colourful threads. Also a collection of Ikat , or (Jaspe) a weaving dying technique is also part of the collection.
 

http://www.mysunshinecoast.com.au/events/events-display/the-mayan-textile-exhibition,52195,71686
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Ikat used to pattern textile for all seasons

Related Keywords: century old textile, cotton yarn, dyeing technique, hand-dyed, handwoven Ikat, Ikat, pattern, Pochampally Handloom Park, silk, weaver

New Delhi
Ikat used to pattern textile for all seasons
Summary: 
Ikat is a century old textile, historically made all over Asia, Central Asia and some parts of Africa. Ikat is also an ancient Indian dyeing technique that brings vintage, handwoven, geometric or zig zag arrow pattern into textile. Hand-dyed and handwoven Ikat is made using both silk and cotton yarns.

Ikat is a century old textile, historically made all over Asia, Central Asia and some parts of Africa. Ikat is also an ancient Indian dyeing technique that brings vintage, handwoven, geometric or zig zag arrow pattern into textile. Hand-dyed and handwoven Ikat is made using both silk and cotton yarns.
 
Pochampally Handloom Park recently organised a four-day Pochampally IKAT art Mela at Aga Khan Hall, in an attempt to revive the dying art of Ikat from the Pochampally district of now Telangana state. which ended on Tuesday, but not before it had charmed Delhiites.

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/420079/a-pattern-all-seasons.html
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