Launching its latest spring-summer collection titled ‘Paheli’, WeaveinIndia brings a new air to traditional Indian weaves for men and women. The collection features Bandhinis, Banarasis, Kanjivarams, Patan Patola, Chanderis, and Koras to complement custom blouses made completely in-house.
Paheli lets you adorn yourself in hand woven saris, lehengas, bandhgalas, and sherwanis but also leaves a sense of mystery unravelled. Carrying a certain amount of mystique is a style statement as well.
A scene of Indian Postmodernist Fashion, Wii urges the 21st-century woman to embrace her roots. The collection explores the textile and clothing practices of men and women in the pre and posts independent India. ‘Paheli’ translates to ‘puzzle’ in Hindi, something that edges the side of mystique, an unseen allure. Whimsical yet grounded. The drapes carry a charm that is better felt than put into words. The collection is a playground of textiles- Chanderis, Kanjeevarams, Kotas, Banarasis, Ikats, and Paithanis.