I use various types of fabrics and dyeing methods unique to the local grass-root culture in India. I have adapted them to make beautiful clothing suitable for work, pleasure, and everything in between.
“Ikat,” for example, is a dyeing method where the yarn is first dyed and then woven on the handloom (which is a manually run wooden machine) and is characterized by its unique bleed and blurry pattern, making it hard to produce. “Kalamkari” technique, on the other hand, uses natural colors to print or paint by hand to create intricate patterns.
ETHWES is recognized for its collection of versatile and reversible clothing. My designs can worn in numerous ways, eliminating the need to buy multiple pieces for your wardrobe. Our Jackets, skirts, and dresses can be worn in different styles that would turn heads where ever you go.