Ajrak Endless Stars Dress

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Originating from Sindh and Gujarat in the Indus Valley, traditional Ajrak block printing involves many stages to build the detailed, geometric patterns for which the style is famous. The use of indigo dye is also typical, and is perhaps where the style pf printing acquired its name: from the Arabic word for blue, ‘Azrak’. This contemporary example of the traditional cloth is hand-blocked in Ajrakhpur, Gujarat with an Ajrak print requiring 24 different processes of resist printing, dyeing and washing. A generous, flaring cotton dress with ¾-sleeves and round neck. 5 coconut-shell buttons to front
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