This vintage jacket cape started its journey a very long time ago. Sarees were collected from different houses, villages, cities – these are washed and then the creative process starts. These vintage sarees are cut depending on the color patterns each of them offers and then layers are stitched together by women artisans using a unique stitch and technique called – Kantha. 

However, given the age of these fabrics, some may bear stubborn stains that cannot be taken out. To breathe new life into these textiles, we employ the time-honored Bagru block printing technique, harnessing natural dyes to give them a new identity.

The pockets on one side of the vests are adorned with antique embroidery patches meticulously crafted by the skilled hands of Rabari women.

This extraordinary piece is a genuine heritage artifact, passed down from one soul to another, continuing an enduring chain. It represents our commitment to fostering circular fashion, all made possible through the artistry of our cherished artisans – the true heroes of our craft.