Mylanchi Safari Shirt by Seamstress | PC 16254 A safari shirt in a leaf green-red double shade with a contrast striped pocket. Easy effortless chic, perfect for work or a day about town. Mylanchi ' is malayalam for henna.
Ikat is a unique form of weaving in which the yarn is tied & dyed before weaving. This requires immense skill as the yarn is tie dyed before hand to form intricate motifs which emerge while weaving. A complex & rich textile owing its origins to Uzbekistan & the Middle East but now in existence only in a few pockets in India.
Manjakili Bias Tunic by Seamstress | PC 16252 Summer chic in a taxi yellow checkered tunic cut on the bias. Green edging along the neck for a subtle contrast. Manjakili ` is Malayalam for the Indian Oriole bird.
Mulberry Ikat Tunic by Seamstress | PC 16253 This formal Ikat tunic in black and mulberry is a complex double Ikat weave forming the Aamra motif. Mulberry edging to highlight the weave on a simply cut flared tunic.