INTER l ACTIONS
From landfills, to the floors of the cutting rooms, from being
expensive handkerchief to piles of scrap, and now, designed to be personal treasures and items of value, like a museum artefact.
To achieve movement we have innovated a handwoven fabric, upcycled from dead stock khadi yarns. This fabric has the lightness and wrinkles of the famous seersucker of India. Juxtaposing a rigid fabric against a light fabric in a silhouette designed to provide mobility to its wearer communicates a bold attitude with soft approach
Creation of this textile has re-introduced indigenous techniques and has enabled people to pursue a practice they are passionate about.
We specialise in the Indian way of zero-waste pattern cutting enabling documentation of these techniques of the past, making them relevant for today and sustainable for the future.