Summer Resort 2017
Taking cue from the label’s expertise in textile engineering, Paridhi Jaipuria label drives a modern take on traditional ways of weaving handlooms for her Spring Resort 2017. The line delivers breezy layers with easy silhouettes that are threadbare and frayed with a well loved look for the intrepid spirit of a modern woman. Jaipuria re-interprets today’s travel needs which is utilitarian and comfortable while staying effortlessly chic. The fabrics reflect the same with handspun cotton, silk blended and satin linens played along with embroideries that range from threadwork and beadwork in haphazard shapes. The colours reflect the mood of the season with mints, teals, peaches offset with pristine ivories. The label finds beauty in the raw and imperfect this season celebrating it through the handwoven textiles and embroideries pieced-together to create ensembles, which elevate casual dressing making it pretty yet tough.
Rajasthan Heritage Week
This was a special story of weaves, Khadi and traditional hand embroidery showcased at RHW to help revive the lost charm of Heritage and bring the state artisans to the forefront. Fabrics like Kota Doriya as well as varieties of Khadi in cotton, wool and silk along with value additions like hand beadwork and threadwork made artisanal separates for the collection. Intelligent women who believe in their individuality while focusing on style, quality and detailing played muse to the collection. Each piece produced had a story sewn to it with honest hands that worked on delivering their craft with love.
Winter Festive 2016
Lakme Fashion Week
Fall Winter 16-17 collection called Bunai, also meaning Hand-weaving, reflects flawlessly the core of the collection. The significant pieces are carefully fabricated in the villages of Rajasthan, keeping in mind the intricacy of the patterns, visual appeal of the combination of colours and the sense of the textures. This collection focuses in building a relationship between the clothes and the fine craftsmanship involved in the process. Hand woven fabrics in cotton and wool, along with crisp silk organza, satin linen and textured cottons are treated with intricate beadwork and block printing to create a multi-dimensional surface ornamentation.