$119.00 USD $149.00 USD
Inspired by the multifold drapes of the Indian dhoti, this is an edgier version designed for modern asymmetry and is our signature unisex style.
This limited edition comes in the SINGAPORE print in Stone Grey, in a breathable but sturdy khadi twill fabric that is handspun and handwoven from start to finish. Designed by Yah Leng Yu from Foreign Policy Design Group as part of the Then&There edition, this print speaks of the sou-sou tile patterns in this island nation's kopitiam coffeeshops, a hallmark of this melting pot of cultures. Elegantly nolstalgic in its modern simplicity, this one is a keeper for all ages.
100% handspun, handwoven khadi cotton twill. Colour and weaving variations may occur and is part of the charm of this handloomed and handprinted fabric.
Model is a US Size 2-4, wears Matter Size 1. 169cm tall. Size chart here.
Woven in Bikaner. Printed in Jaipur. Stitched in Delhi.
100% handspun and handwoven khadi twill cotton. Hand printed with 100% azo free dyes.
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