Textile has been well known in India since very ancient times and textile being a big part of India as it is the only industry after agriculture who gave us and generated an immense amount of employment for both skilled and unskilled labor in textiles. It gives employment to over 35 million people in our country. It plays a major and important role in trade and business in India. Being a textile hub, India gives us thousands of assembles that delightfully weave and give us the most attractive fabrics which fascinate our eyes.
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Let’s talk about how the textile of India helps the Fashion Industry with fabrics, prints, embroideries and many more.
Ikat fabric, known for its intentional bleed and geometric pattern. The process of making Ikat print is also known as Resist dyeing. Where different methods are used to put a stop to the dye from spreading all over the fabric. It is also a part of the weaving cluster of India in the UNESCO World Heritage site. Kovet’s Ikat Print Blazer Set is both durable and stylish, making it a must-have item for any fashionista’s wardrobe. The eye-catching Ikat print will add charm to your overall look. Patent pumps and statement earrings will do its job perfectly to complete your whole look.
Madhubani, also known as Mithila painting. Practiced in the Indian states of Bihar. Natural dyes and pigments are used, mainly done by fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and matchsticks. Madhubani means “forest of honey”, a place in North Bihar near Darbhanga district. Kovet’s Madhubani Anarkali Suit is a graceful set embellished with another famous textile of India, Kantha. Merge tradition with modern fashion and feel feminine and modest for any occasion. Some colorful earrings and heels will complete this look.
Chikankari, a delicate hand embroidery mostly done in muslin, organza, net, silk chiffon and many more. Cool pastel shades are preferably used in this process. It is Lucknow’s best-known textile which was introduced by Nur Jahan, wife of Mughal emperor Jahangir. Kovet’s White Three-Piece Set has a gorgeous pattern, it will make you look fashion-focused while keeping a relaxed style. Gold earrings and gold pumps will highlight your whole look.
ndhani, a highly skilled process that is dyed in tie and dye style. In this, the fabric is plucked with fingernails and tied into many tiny points with thread, that form a figurative design by remaining the knotted parts uncolored. The word Bandhani is derived from the Sanskrit term Bandh. Kovet’s Bandhani Pink Suit will look elegant and a silver choker will add a touch of definition to your whole attire.