Ethical Forward Thinking Fashion

Myna Palazzos With Embroidery Detail

Rs 2,099
SKU:  LT3437

Palazzos with long line and flattering silhouette made in Indigo Malkha fabric and Kantha embroidery stitch technique

The model is wearing S size
The Measurements are as follows:
Waist - 28"
Length - 36 1/2"

 Fabric- Malkha Cotton

    About The Fabric

    Malkha - Malkha Stands for a decentralised , sustainable , field to fabric cotton textile chain , collectively owned and managed by the primary producers  - the farmers , the ginners , the spinners , the dyers and weavers . The idea of Malkha comes from the history of cotton cloth making in the Indian subcontinent , the history of a robust and resilient industry embedded in diverse local cultures and customs a history stretching over millennia a pattern of textile production that was subverted by the industrial revolution model that respects neither nature nor society . 

    Kantha is a type of embroidery popular in eastern South Asia, especially Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal and Odisha.

    The thread for this craft was drawn out of the borders of the used cloth. It is a simple running stitch made on the edges. When five to six layers of the cloth were embroidered together it formed a quilt. Fewer layers of the cloth is used to make clothes for other purposes. The outer layers of the cloth comprises of white or light colored clothes which made the embroidery perceptible. Depending on the use of the finished product they were known as Lepkantha, Sujni Kantha etc. The embroidered cloth is used as stoles for women and shawls. The clothes also find use as covers for mirrors, boxes, pillows etc. The entire cloth is covered with running stitches and usually has beautiful folk motifs, floral motifs, animal and birds figures and geometrical shapes. Themes from day to day activities are also a common subject for the embroidery. Such stitches on the cloth give it a slight wrinkled wavy effect. The contemporary Kantha is not necessarily done on old multiple layered saris or dhotis. It can also be seen on the present day garments like the sarees, dupatta, shirts for men and women, bedding and other furnishing fabrics. For these fabrics and dresses the base fabric used is cotton and silk.

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