Rajasthan Heritage Fashion Week
Plumenova At Hong Kong Fashion Week This Year
New business was the reason the Plume Nova, a small company in Jaipur,India, that makes scarves and shawls, made this their second visit to the show.We started to feel like we were not able to expand remaining in india, said Anuj khandelwal, who started the 16 year-old company with his wife, Vinita. he said they branched out the International market two years ago to sell their pashmina and wool scarves and shawls, which are hand embroidered by 450 workers in their factory. At the Hong Kong show, they were seeing mostly buyers from Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar and a smattering from the United States.
Kashida Studio - Jaipur,IndiaArtisanal method of fabric finishing
Plumenova is committed to preserving the kalamkari technique - an ancient art of textile embellishment practiced in South India that combines freehand painting and delicate hand embroidery made of pure silk threads - in a sustainable social and industrial practice.
Since 2007, an in-house R&D department has been extending the traditional production of unique pieces through the use of printing and machine embroidery technologies.The team include over 300 highly qualified craftsman and designers that ensure excellency and a know-how preservation.
6 New Ateliers make Their Entrance Next February
A life style eye-chacher was Plume Nova, a company based in india that creates scarves and shawls for womens. The company Unisex streetwear bt YMHD. was founded by Anuj Khandelwal and his wife Vinita whose creative partnershio made use of India'sindigenous kalamkari or hand-painting technique to execute their more contemporary designs,Th scarves are perfect for any occasion and can always be trusted to..
"We do our own weaving and color dyeing , but our spaciality is hand-painting, khandelwal proudly told The Manila Times"