Handwoven flared top in purple with a bias cut, adorned with delicate hand-embroidered gold zari work.
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of mending pottery with gold.
Drawing inspiration from the philosophy of accepting imperfection and making an object beautiful by mending it, each piece of apparel has been stitched together from different pieces, and embroidered with gold zari.
This collection has been designed from fabric that is considered to be "waste" in garment making.
Made on handwoven cotton with azo free dyes, Kaiyare's sublime collection explores a zero-waste and sustainable approach to festive-wear!
One of the few waste-negative brands in the country, Kaiyare (stands for made by hand in Kannada) celebrates the process of making products by hand.
Their products include handwoven apparel, zerowaste footwear, hand-crocheted bags, wallets and home decor made from banana plant fire.