Our bold indigo mud resist stripe is inspired by the French bold stripes favoured in summer and symbolic of the French Riviera.Handloom Cotton
Hand-spun, handwoven, locally sourced Khadi from Pushkar, India.
The Dabu or mud resist print is a traditional printing technique of Rajasthan. Textiles are block-printed with a mix of melasses and mud which are then covered in sawdust and dried. When dip-dyed in natural indigo vats, the block-printed details resists the dye and allows the patterns to form. It is a time-intensive process that requires a long curing and subsequent washing of the fabric.
Each Anjelms piece is signed by the craftsperson of The Stitching Project that was involved in its making.
Designed in Fremantle, Western Australia. Made ethically in Pushkar, India by The Stitching Project.
Sara is 178cm (5'10") and wearing size M
Mel is 182cm (6′0″) and wearing size M