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Aneeth Arora line offers handicraft touch at WLFW
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Mar '13
This season we offer the wearer a visual treat along with the tactile experience, with a riot of patterns and colours as seen in psychedelic central asian Ikats, Ilkaksaris of Karnataka, khand blouses from Maharashtra, warm felted tie and dye from kutch, and woven felts and pashminas from the mountains of India.

Having worked with numerous handicrafts, each piece is touched by the hands of various crafts people from different parts of the country, keeping the Indian tradition of the handmade alive.

Aneeth Arora

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