We have had our share of ups and downs as we went through an uncertain time during the pandemic. Life itself was at a halt, and we became skeptical of the future and what we must look forward to collectively. But we also learned to pause and reflect and embrace the slowness of time. As our hopes to return to normal life seem within reach. We are looking at life with a renewed perspective and looking at the horizon with fresh hopes. This collection is all about acceptance and a new beginning, looking at the freshness of life after the pandemic. The fabric has been sourced from Banaras, and each piece is made with beautiful textile and hand-embroidered by local artisans. We have invoked fresh and bright colour in woven and organic chanderi with intricate floral motifs.
Introducing our new festive collection "Rooh". It is a collection where contemporary styles meet the age-old Parsi Gara embroidery. The entire collection is made of fine organic cotton-silk fabric with handcrafted intricate embroidery work splashed beautifully all over the garment. The embroidery is inspired by the ever graceful and rare Parsi Gara embroidery work. It is a homage to the amalgamation of rich cultures and the beauty that was born out of it.
Ember is the memories of Autumn and the onset of festivities in India. The colour, taken from the smouldering remains of a fire, giving a vibrant touch, like the glow of a burning sky at dusk. The collection is a symbol of graceful yet fiery femininity. We want our women to look soft and fierce at the same time. The prints are inspired by vibrant cheent prints and we’ve played them in flirty layered kurtas and flowy crushed skirts. The odhani's are a treat to both the eyes and the skin, soft and delicate with floral prints, scalping, and tassel details.
Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature. A sign of beauty and gentle like breeze. It has a burning honour, not eager to please. Our Vintage Garden is all about experiencing the blossoming of spring, given life by our hand-painting technique, ethereal embroidery, Kantha stitch, and beautiful palampore jaal details. It is a collection to be savored, to be held tight in the wait of spring again.
Neeta’s ensembles have an understated elegance marked by a restrained, classic style. But the uniqueness of her style lies in creating a wearable canvas by the use of hand paint on fabrics. Her inspiration ranges from Mughal art to Persian architecture, from jewellery to graphic art, and from Renaissance to Baroque art.