This collection is an effort to represent the state of Mind which creates and dwells in thoughts, and nerves without Impressions. The handwoven cloth represents the mind, pure untouched. Whereas the myriad texture and patterns, our thoughts.
The collection has subtle textural and sculptural quality Easy silhouettes, and elegance and has pieces which are forever Class The ivory whites are fashion must-haves for your wardrobe. Inspired by the travels through kutch, the patterns and Textures that bound, the beauty in the environment, the Simple living and dexterity of the crafters. All come together to celebrate the aesthetics of desert living through this collection of clothing. Each piece of Clothing is detailed with patterns created with cords, pleasant quilting Craft with silk organza, batik block printed silk cotton, and chanderi fabric, the collection is a perfect answer to soft breezy and comfortable, as well as elegant summer, wear The collection is delightful coming together of the old and the new. Where look, revisit, refurbish and recreate a new collection with our fabric inventory leftovers. An Amalgamation of our signature batik prints and hand woven fabrics, creag surfaces with cording. quilting, smocking Pleating and playful ruffles. It is replete with summery vibes airy.raw.earthy.feminine charm in organic cotton and the khadi mulmul fabrics in an utshellitspelis comfy chic and diligence besides Encapsulating our ethos of ethical sourcing and zero waste.
Available at- https://ekkathaclothing.com/
Price- Rs. 3500 onwards
Ek Katha, which essentially means ‘A Story’ in Hindi, is the brainchild of founder Madhumita Nath, a graduate of NID Ahmedabad. Engaging with the craftsmen of Kutch, She has managed to showcase her collections in Berlin and Madrid, where she earned laurels for her dedication to handmade garments. Madhumita Nath was also part of Lakmé Fashion Week’s Gen Next 2019.
The sustainability pillars on which ‘EK KATHA’ stands:
They work with One Cert Certified indigenous organic cotton from Kutch (western India) which is rain-fed and does not need irrigation.
They are working with artisans based in the same region who hand dye and weave in traditional handlooms. Surfaces are treated with batik woodblock printing. Thereby we are sustaining traditional crafts and livelihood of craft clusters of Weavers(Vankar community) and batik wood block makers and printers(Khatri community)
Their dyes are plant-based like pomegranate, turmeric, indigo, madder root and catechu.
Their design studio is zero waste wherein every spec of fabric is used to create new and fresh products like fabric jewellery, scarves, bags and jackets.