Main outer: Linen/silk Khadi fabric, hand spun and hand woven in India.
Embellishment: Layered fabric and vintage ribbon appliqué with Gudri hand stitching / vintage buttons.
Lining: Fine Ikat silk lining, woven in India. Facings cut from block printed natural dyed cotton by Susan Bosence, the late renowned artisan textile blockprinter, dyer and teacher.
Made in East Sussex, UK
Dry clean only
*Khadi (pronounced [kʰaːdiː], Khādī), derived from khaddar, is a hand spun and woven natural fibre cloth coined in 1918 by Mahatma Ghandi. The term ‘Khadi’ term is used throughout India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Khadi can be cotton, silk or wool
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