Textile crafts have thrived on the Indian subcontinent for more than 4,000 years. From block-printing, to resist dyeing, to digital sublimation printing, Indian designers and artisans have always had one foot in tradition and another in technological innovation.
This digitally printed, silky modal scarf evokes patterns from Silk Road traders and 19th-century pashminas. Large enough to be a summer wrap, light enough to wear all year long.
It’s even more beautiful than pictured. Fabric is silky; a great weight. I will wear this scarf three seasons, for sure.
Pretty scarf in the picture but. It was only printed on one side . I also didn’t really like the feel of the fabric.