It's okay that clothes maketh the man, but when they are maketh by the man, the
value proposition undergoes a dramatic change. For, that's apparently the most
expensive way. Now do you see why all those designers have to woo you through
all the long legs and low cuts? Here's an exhibition of clothes made the hard
way. And since nothing at 'also' comes for a song, you get an idea of the price
'also', an interiors-cum-clothing-cum-pottery-cum-jewelry-cum-paintings store at Begumpet, is organizing a two-day exhibition-cum-sale of cotton items in co-operation with Dastkar Andhra.
Daskar Andhra is a non-profit trust that works in Andhra Pradesh to promote the interests of the household cotton textile production industry. The trust believes that handloom production is best suited to a niche market, since the highly specialized fine fabrics cannot be made by mills or 'powerlooms'.
The exhibition will display the fabrics procured from the various Andhra co-operatives. You can choose from amongst more than 10 of the latest styles in kurtas, salwars and shirts, along with cotton fabrics and dupattas, in the vibrant colors of the South, the softness of muslins and the textures of handspun. A large range of vegetable and indigo dyed fabrics will also be on display.
Please contact Meena at 341-2047 for further details.