Inspired by the continuous length of the lunghi or sarong seen in hot climates everywhere from South Asia to the Horn of Africa and southern Arabian peninsula, this modern day version comes in luxurious cotton linen for an easy to wear, elegantly shaped straight leg that folds flatteringly when wrapped.
The spectacularly bold motif in Teal is designed by Anya Lim from Anthill Fabric Gallery, and is the PHILIPPINES print from the Then&There edition. Its geometrical, angular rhythm is inspired by the Philippines' namesake as the Sunshine Nation, the rays on the sun in the national flag and carvings on a local gong called Kulintang.
90% cotton, 10% linen. Colour and weaving variations may occur and is part of the charm of this handloomed and handprinted fabric.
Model is a US Size 4, wears Matter Size 1. 174cm tall. Size chart here.
Artisan Technique: Block printing
Days of artisan employment created per piece: 25
Woven in Bhagalpur. Printed in Jaipur. Stitched in Delhi.
90% cotton, 10% linen
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