Indicult celebrates slow fashion with its first of the season artisanal edit - Samuhika. This edition partners with weavers and hand block printers from Banaras, Baragaon, Kutch, Akola & Andhra Pradesh. Look out for a special showcase from a young, up and coming studio potter.
Visit to buy curated sarees, dupattas, stoles and yardage in distinct colours and motifs of Bandhej, Kalamkari, Ajrakh & Dabu techniques, & studio pottery. And meet our collaborators - Imtiaz Ansari, Abdul Wahid, Sarfaraj Khatri, Mukesh Kumar Chhipa, Revati Anand, Baragaon Weaves, Shree Lakshmi Kalamkari Fabrics & Anidhya.
Janamasthami heralds the beginning of the festive season with weddings and celebrations soon to follow. This is the perfect opportunity to start your festive buying, champion slow fashion and contribute to the sustainability of Indian craft. While the event would certainly attract women of all ages, we feel young people today are aware and conscious about sustainability and we believe this exhibition would inspire them to take home a piece of our textile heritage.