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Amazon Indian Fashion Week, Day 2: A Visual Treat for Handloom Connoisseur

“When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.”  – Rumi

The day 2 of Amazon India Fashion Week was a treat for handloom lovers. The day began with show of Pinnacle by Shruti Sancheti, the famous designer who gave handloom a contemporary look and helped it to reach global market. Followed by the show of Studio Virtues by Ashish,Viral, and Vikrant. I loved their show and the motive behind it-they brought a weaving art from a small of village of Orissa called ‘Kotpad’, never heard, never seen; but their weaving was simply beautiful.

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Indrayani Brings Anju Modi on Board for Upliftment of Weavers

Chinese Mythology says, some 2700 BC, a silk worm’s cocoon fell into the tea cup of the then empress Leizu. Wishing to extract it from her drink, she began to unroll the thread of the cocoon. The touch and feel made empress so happy that she asked her entourage to weave it to see how is looks.That curiosity gave world one of the finest fabrics. From this point, the girl became the goddess of silk in Chinese mythology. Empress Leizu wouldn’t have thought in her wildest dream, that how her discovery will change the future generations taste in fashion, and the word silk will always be associated with style of elite class and people will look upto the same whenever its an occasion to celebrate.

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