The Loom Art-Blue Iceberg Shirt-INDIASPOPUP.COM
The Loom Art-Blue Iceberg Shirt-INDIASPOPUP.COM
The Loom Art-Blue Iceberg Shirt-INDIASPOPUP.COM
The Loom Art-Blue Iceberg Shirt-INDIASPOPUP.COM
The Loom Art-Blue Iceberg Shirt-INDIASPOPUP.COM The Loom Art-Blue Iceberg Shirt-INDIASPOPUP.COM

Blue Iceberg Shirt

LAK521

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Editor's Note

This Style Is Made Of Handwoven Chanderi Silk Fabric Which Was Woven By Our Weavers In Banaras. In This Collection, We’ve Employed The Dying Technique Of Arashi Shibori To Create Textures On Our Garments. For This Style, We’ve Created Textures In The Shades Of Rouge On The Bed Of A Steel Blue Chanderi Fabric. It’s A Button Down Above Knee Shirt With Mandarin Collar & Shifted Placket. It Has Intricately Crafted Hand Embroidered Buttons With Kantha Details On The Cuff, Collar & Front Of The Shirt.

Note: Pant worn by model is for styling purposes.

  • Fabric: Chanderi Silk
  • Color: Midnight Blue
  • Care: Dry Cleaning The Clothes Is Preferable or Hand Wash Separately In Cold Water

About the Designer

A vivid solo traveller, an artist at heart, a nature lover and a social activist. The Loom Art derives it’s name from the designer’s love towards handloom and her core admiration towards art.

Aarushi Kilawat, is a Fashion Design graduate from Pearl Academy, & holds a specialisation in Print Textiles & Fashion Styling from Nottingham Trent University,UK.

Her label focuses on reviving old authentic craft techniques, and generating a platform of employment for locals & bringing handloom back in vogue.

She believes how a machine made clothing can never replace the love and hardwork that is reflected in a hand made piece.

It's this love that she wants to magnify and sustain.

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