Vaishali S FW21 Couture Show

Breath is something that we all feel and it is the only thing that is happening since we were born. Although its presence is taken for granted. It is the only inevitable exchange that is happening between us and the rest of the world. Why did we stop acknowledging the most prominent, evident and essential process that ensures our existence here?

Breath is the only thread that unites everything as one and supports life as whole. Handwoven fabrics from various states of India become a canvas to celebrate life and restore a zero-waste approach, preserving the museum- quality weave in innovative corded texture. This signature cording is braided along with Merino wools and Chanderi silks throughout the collection to remind us of the essence of all living beings around us. 

Breath enables us to form a connection with ourselves and others. This interplay is like the threads unraveling from a spool to form fabric that blends the weaves of India. A confluence of two worlds- traditional and modern on a platform of art and expression. 

The collection is a statement and celebration of our existence through a simple action of taking a Breath. It embodies an artistic interpretation of handloom fabrics as our second skin, with a desire to wear ensembles created with nature itself  and is timeworn in its quality. With an ageless paradigm of Indian textile vocabulary, every thread and fibre sings the songs of lost tales and soil of the Indian lands.

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