Tucked away in the southern Himalayas of Sikkim and traversing the ancient silk route, Ravangla is a tiny hamlet sitting far away from the cares and concerns of the world. Laid back, idyllic, charming; it is straight out of a picture book with blooming slopes and expansive horizons. Autumn sunsets here are riveting, the skies turning cerulean blue with brilliant hues of warm purples and olive greens. The people are simple and open hearted with welcoming smiles beaming through the frost!

Inspired and touched, we bring you this collection with fabrics colour blocked in jewel shades, ditzy folk floral embroideries and loom rendered heart motifs. We have used a saturated palette of rich colours – mauves, emerald jades, deep indigos – giving depth to the handloom weave. The textiles include indigo dyed Jamdani, handwoven Cotton-Silk and handwoven linen.

The night has fallen early and the waxing moon is casting shadows in thin stripes through the windows. The stars shimmer in rippling waters and the moon peeps through the treetops!

Inspired by starlit skies and the mystery of the night, our collection in all black is minimal and timeless. To bring the romance of the night alive, we have used the finest Jamdani cotton with interwoven motifs of flowers and pinstripes. They are thoughtfully handcrafted into flowing maxis, delicate midi dresses and separates.

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