Crafting our Rabari Crossbody Bag is a journey through tradition, skill, and sustainability, starting with the intricate process of creating Kantha. Kantha is a process that transforms discarded fabric pieces into vibrant canvases of storytelling. Women artisans meticulously layer and stitch together remnants of vintage fabric, breathing new life into each thread and creating a tapestry rich with history and color. This foundational Kantha fabric sets the stage for the next chapter of craftsmanship: the exquisite Rabari embroidery. Originating from the nomadic Rabari tribe of Kutch, this embroidery is a testament to the tribe's rich cultural legacy, featuring bold, intricate designs that are hand-stitched with precision and love. Each motif tells a story, imbued with the traditions and the spirit of the nomadic Rabari sisters.

Merging these two distinct art forms requires the skilled hands of our tailoring team. They carefully select and combine the leftover Kantha fabric (all the waste after making vests, capes, jackets and coats) with patches of Rabari embroidery (these are vintage taken from old Rabari blouses), ensuring that the placement enhances the bag's aesthetics and storytelling. The fusion of Kantha's colorful narratives with Rabari's detailed embroidery creates a unique, cultural tapestry that is both visually stunning and deeply meaningful. The final assembly by our tailors brings these elements together into a harmonious, functional crossbody bag, showcasing the intricate beauty of Kantha and Rabari craftsmanship in a piece that's as practical as it is artful. Through this meticulous process, each Rabari Crossbody Bag and Clutch becomes a wearable piece of art, celebrating the fusion of traditional techniques with contemporary design.