Ajrakh-inspired silk satin asymmetric dress
The pattern on this unusual dress is based on a block printing technique called Ajrakh, which originated centuries ago and is still practiced by communities of artisans in the Kutch desert region of India.
Using a sophisticated ochre and grey palette, we have reinterpreted the ancient technique through a modern lens. The silk satin is given a modern twist, cut with a high neck and the feminine flourish of a full, gathered pleat on one side.
Model is 5 feet 9 inches / 175 cm and wears UK size 6.
Shell: 100% Silk
Lining: 63% Cupro 37% Modal
Dry Clean Only
'Ajrakh' is an extremely complex, artisanal technique of woodblock printing and resist dyeing that dates back as early as 2000 BC with the Indus Valley civilisation. A living craft, it continues to be practiced in the desert regions of Sindh in Pakistan and Kutch in Western India.
This contemporary bespoke fabric has been designed in Varana's own studio and woven with motifs inspired by the 'Ajrakh' technique.
|Flat Rate Shipping|
Taxes and duties will be calculated at checkout for these countries.
We can ship worldwide so if you are located in any other country, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at London (+44 203 903 444)
We offer free returns within the UK. For information on how to return a garment, please check Shipping and Returns.