Styles in warm colours and natural fabrics.

text1_us.pngAccording to symbolic tradition, the shimmering embroidered mirrors are said to protect against evil spirits.
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Lovely cotton cardigan

Gudrun’s rich patterns meet Indian influences in this garment.
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Dip-dye technique

Natural vegetable dyes for incredible creations.
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About indigo and dip-dyeing

Indigo is an incredibly special dye that can be derived from several plants, which vary in
different parts of the world. Deep wells are used as dye baths in India, and the dyeing process is repeated over and over. If the color runs out, more dye is added. Dip-dyeing involves dipping different parts of the fabric into the well for different amounts of time. The lightest section might be dipped for just ten minutes, while a darker section could be dipped for much longer than that
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Join us on our complex journey through this sand-colored theme. Discover pale yellow, lavish madder red, and overdyed indigo. Not quite as simple as a single indigo bath!

text6_us.pngGudrun’s rich patterns meet Indian influences in this garment.
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Dip-dyed hues produced using color transferred from rusty
old pieces of iron
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Ikat

An intricate way to pattern a textile. Ikat is created by binding some sections of warp threads. When the fabric is dyed, the bound sections retain their original color. Our ikat has three colors: two sharper shades form the stripe, while a third color is the base.

Magnificent patterns

Our ikat has three colors – two sharper shades form the stripe, while a third is the base color.
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text11_uk.pngOur simple “Marigold” artist’s blouse is woven in sturdy organic cotton.
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White against the sand-colored buildings of Jaisalmer – simply beautiful.


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Gudrun and the design team discuss everything from styles, patterns and materials to how it’s all made. 
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