Rajasthan’s Sanjay Garg, engineer and owner of Raw Mango brand, is set to vaunt his collection here subsequent month.
Garg will be in review with Rosemary Crill, Former Senior Curator – Victoria and Albert Museum, on Jun 2 to speak about his adore for textiles and his pattern process.
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Guests will be given a hide preview to creations of Raw Mango, a code of contemporary Indian palm woven textiles, that will be on arrangement before they are exhibited before a open on Jun 3-4 during a Asia House here.
“We are looking brazen to addressing a clients in London, and introducing Raw Mango to a new market. We will be presenting a favourite and classical saris, as good as panoply from a latest collection Monkey Business,” Garg said.
Monkey Business collection projects strongly opposite silhouettes that are crafted from normal fabrics like gajji silk, mashru, kadhwa, china and bullion silk brocade styled with quilted cotton, digitally printed silk and wool.
While originally, Chanderi textiles radically contain of worldly colours, Garg has focused and stretched a colour palette to embody hues of mustard, haldi yellow, lead bullion and silver, moss green, sea green, yellow and immature printed fabric.
The silhouettes embody shirts in plain colours and straight prints to far-reaching legged printed trousers, tube and spaghetti jumpsuits, high-waisted box plat pallazos and skirts. There are layered jackets in silk and nap with stand tops, tunics and tie-up cardigans as well.
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