This garment is handcrafted through the traditional 'Dabu' craft in the village of Bagru in Rajasthan. Dabu is a type of mud-resist hand block printing. The paste used for printing is made from black clay, limewater, wheat powder and acacia gum. Powdered wood is sprayed over the printed fabric to absorb the water in the paste. The printed fabric is then dyed with eco-friendly colours. All elements used in this craft are friendly to the environment.
Subtle variations in colour and patterns are natural to this process as each piece is hand crafted and unique.
With a new craft every season, Dressfolk is the curator of Indian crafts and modish silhouettes. Made with a lot of love, they reconstruct ethnic designs and prints by fusing them with modern contours. Their clothing is western, but woven with Indian crafts, that are colourful, vibrant and can be worn around the clock. Their collections are sustainable, and made in their place of origin to maintain their authenticity.
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