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Another important variant to our brand is that we will only use authentic fabrics, the details of which can be found below. Pure pashmina, cashmere weaves and knits are only used for making our products, besides embroidery we will be focusing on our collection related digital prints so that they have their own uniqueness and cannot be replicated easily specially till the time our collection lives its life. The embroidered, digital printed material and plain authentic soft materials will be used to create our designer collection in ethnic as well as modernistic products.


Georgette is a sheer, lightweight, dull-finished crêpe fabric named after the early 20th century French dressmaker Georgette de la Plante. Originally made from silk, Georgette is made with highly twisted yarns. Its characteristic crinkly surface is created by alternating S- and Z-twist yarns in both warp and weft. Georgette is made in solid colours and prints and is used for blouses, dresses, evening gowns, saris and trimmings. Georgette has a very light and drapey hand, rendering it best suited to loose flowing garments and inappropriate for more structured pieces. Silk georgette is relatively delicate. 


Linen (/ˈlɪnən/) is a textile made from the fibres of the flax plant. Linen is very strong and absorbent and dries faster than cotton. Because of these properties, linen is comfortable to wear in hot weather and is valued for use in garments. It also has other distinctive characteristics, notably its tendency to wrinkle. Many other products, including home furnishing items, are also often made from linen. Linen textiles appear to be some of the oldest in the world; their history goes back many thousands of years, the linen industry was important in the economies of several countries in Europe as well as the American colonies. With time and technology advancement linen is now available in digitally printed variant also and is being used for multiple purposes. 


Chiffon comes from the French word chiffe, which means cloth or rag. The first chiffons were made exclusively from silk. Since chiffon was primarily a silk fabric, it was very expensive and its use in fashion and design signified high status. Chiffon-fabric has a sheer, transparent appearance, and when held under a magnifying glass, it looks like a fine net or mesh. There are slight puckers in chiffon due to the alternating s-twist and z- twist yarns. Chiffon has a slight spandex-like feel as a result of being woven in different directions. Silk chiffon has slightly more stretch which is the one we use. Chiffon fabric made out of silk is extremely strong as a result of the twists of the yarns and the tight weave of the fabric. Chiffon has a shimmery surface. Silk chiffon has the most shimmer, while cotton chiffon is more matte.


Mulmul or Muslin as it is known in Europe, is a soft and fine weave of cotton, that was first made by Bengali weavers many hundred years ago. It was definitely traded in Europe by 17th century, and was one of the prized imports from India. Later the manufacturing of mulmul or muslin started in England and Scotland. High-quality Mulmul or Muslin, was so lightweight and delicate that it was sometimes referred to as wonder gossamer or the woven wind. Today, mulmul is widely available and is not as expensive as it used to be. This lightweight, super soft and breathable cotton fabric is great for summer, particularly harsh Indian summers, since it readily absorbs moisture and keeps the wearer cool. Its other benefits are that it can be dyed easily and it only gets softer with every wash


Cotton fabric is one of the most commonly used types of fabrics in the world. This textile is chemically organic, which means that it does not contain any synthetic compounds. Cotton fabric is derived from the fibers surrounding the seeds of cotton plants,  which emerge in a round, fluffy formation once the seeds are mature. While cotton is more durable than silk, it is less durable than wool, and this fabric is relatively prone to pilling, rips, and tears. Nonetheless, cotton remains one of the most popular and highly produced fabrics in the world. This textile has relatively high tensile strength, and its natural coloring is white or slightly yellowish. Cotton is very water absorbent, but it also dries quickly, which makes it highly moisture wicking. You can wash cotton in high heat, and this fabric drapes well on your body. However, cotton fabric is relatively prone to wrinkling, and it will shrink when washed unless it is exposed to a pre-treatment.


Among all fabrics available silk fabric is the most expensive and rich. It is considered in all countries irrespective of the culture and dressing sense. Silk may vary from countries to countries, name can be changed but the main material of the fabric that is silk is unchanged and maintains the elegance throughout ages and styles.  Silk fabric has the natural luster and softness. This natural fabric is also one of the most durable fabrics that are made from silk fibers. Associated with luxury and style, silk fabric has its own style statement. Not only in past but today also silk is the symbol of richness, wealth and success. The durability of silk is proved and tested. Among all natural fabrics used for clothing silk fabric is strongest. The test is simple. At first take a steel filament of a diameter and take a silk fabric of same diameter. You will experience the steel filament getting destroyed earlier than the silk fabric. The other advantages of buying silk fabric is it is lustrous in look and gives all clothes either it is a wedding dress or an evening gown or a party dress. You can choose silk fabric as bridal fabric. You can make beautiful embroidery on the fabric or wear it simple without any embroidery work. Silk fabric is also comfortable and airy as its moisture absorbing capacity is great which makes it cool in summers and warm in winters.


Crêpe, commonly spelled crepe, is a luxurious fabric that was traditionally made from silk. Crepe types vary from thin and lightweight to thick and heavyweight. Most crepe fabrics have a beautiful drape and are popular for evening gowns, suiting, and home decor. Crepe is a woven fabric that has a light pebbly or crinkled texture to it. Crepe fabric gives the wearer a slimming appearance and has a very graceful fall, making it a great fabric for party events or other formal occasions; however, crepe fabrics are also preferred for daily wear because they require little to no ironing and are very soft and comfortable. Lightweight crepe creates beautiful dresses of any kind


One of the most important properties of merino wool is its strength or durability. Because of its high crimp count, it is also excellent at regulating body temperature, especially when worn against the skin. Moisture is wicked away from the body; the wearer is warm without being too hot.

Pashmina accessories are known for their softness and warmth. Pure pashmina is a rather gauzy, open weave, as the fibre cannot tolerate high tension. The most popular pashmina fabric is a 70%  pashmina/30% silk blend, but 50/50 is also common. The 70/30 is tightly woven, has an elegant sheen and drapes nicely, but is still quite soft and light-weight. A craze for pashmina shawls, known as  shahmina  in Kashmir, in the mid-1990s resulted in high demand for the raw material, pashmina shawls have been redefined as a shawl/wrap with cashmere and cashmere/silk, Cashmere wool, usually simply known as cashmere, is a fibre obtained from cashmere goats, pashmina goats, and some other breeds of goat. It has been used to make yarn, textiles and clothing for hundreds of years.


Organza is a thin, plain weave, sheer fabric traditionally made from silk. Organza is used for bridalwear and eveningwear. In the interiors market it is used for effects in bedrooms and between rooms. Organza is sheer, smooth, wiry, crisp, slippery & has a sculptured drape. It is a rich fabric with a rich look. The most luxurious type of organza was woven with silk fibres and cost a bundle, so no wonder only the nobility could afford to wear it.


Net fabric is an umbrella term used for describing open mesh fabrics. In net fabric, yarns are knitted, knotted, looped or twisted at intersections forming a piece of fabric with lots of open spaces /holes. These holes are formed in many geometric shapes ( maybe four-sided, six- sided or more). The shape can be square, hexagonal or octagonal. Most of the net fabric today is knitted. The three types of construction methods used in net fabric manufacturing are Tricot, Raschel, and Bobbinet and this determines the shape of the holes. Raschel Knitting is the most common method of making netting. In this netting geometric shaped holes are formed by knitting yarns. The fabric is formed by a combination of a pillar and tricot stitches. The size of the holes varies greatly in size depending on the function of the net fabric. The type and size of the yarn, finishing given also determines the type of netting fabric. The finishes applied on net include starch or resin type finish. The net fabric can be made of different fibres but we prefer silk net as silk net fabric is super soft. We use it in different dresses and lehengas.

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