Ace engineer twin Abraham and Thakore have collaborated with OBEETEE, one of a heading manufacturers of hand-knotted and hand-tufted rugs in India, to betray a second proviso of a “Proud to be Indian” collection after a successful tie adult with Tarun Tahiliani.
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The disdainful collection of handmade carpets centred on a thesis of “Proud to be Indian” was launched during an eventuality that took place during The Lodhi hotel, here.
About a thought behind this line, OBEETEE Chairman Rudra Chatterjee told IANS: “This is a second of ‘Proud to be Indian line’. Tarun was an idol for that abounding and really rational tanned design. With Abraham and Thakore , we are focussed on going and looking during Indian materials like linen ,muslin, silk… We have used tanned materials in a approach that is really understated and global.”
“It will be launched here currently (on Wednesday) and it will be launched in New York subsequent month. We wanted to make certain that people know a extent of Indian crafts,” combined Chatterjee who also pronounced that a subsequent organisation will be with engineer Raghvendra Rathore.
The new domestic collection of rugs fuses undying normal techniques with a bold, contemporary colour palette and corner artistry. The beginning is directed during bringing a dawn to a complicated Indian context.
The code employed some of a excellent weavers on this charge and it took some-more than a year to wobble one carpet. It was all palm curled regulating opposite yarns and finishes.
Talking about their partnership with a brand, Abraham told IANS: “We are strongly intent with Indian crafts and patterns and it fits good with what they (the brand) think. we consider Made in India is going to be a destiny of oppulance in a world.”
Added Thakore: “We always wanted to pattern carpets and it was a fun to work with them. We work with craftspeople all a time. It’s good to always do something different. There is new appetite and new experience.”
The carpets are labelled during Rs 4 lakh onwards.