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Length - 5.3 mts, Width - 44 in, Border Width - 9 cms, Blouse - 75 cms
The story of Shivangi Kasliwaal!
Shivangi Kasliwaal was born and brought up in Banaras, the centre of north India's weaving Industry. She grew up amidst the traditional designs and techniques, seeing the regional weavers and artisans work from close quarters. Her family’s flagship store, The Indian Textiles Co. at the Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai is over eighty years old.
Shivangi started her own brand in 2009 to revive the beautiful Banarasis that she loved so much. She started out by connecting with old weavers who had scattered and moved onto powerlooms and other lucrative jobs during the slump in the weaving industry.
Shivangi studied software engineering in Australia, completed her M.Sc. Finance in England, and has had over four years of corporate work experience at renowned companies like Siemens & Deutsche Bank. She now works to preserve the Banarasi textile, attempting to give this craft an identity and an attractive hold against global fashion trends.
What’s special about Shivangi Kasliwaal?
Banaras has immortalised the prized legacy of Indian textile art, where it has thrived over centuries. Label Shivangi Kasliwaal works exclusively with high end, hand-woven Banarasi textiles. Shivangi Kasliwaal with her deep connection to the craftsmen of this eternal city maintains precious authenticity across all collections. For the past six years, the label has been closely working with the master weavers of Banaras to revive the traditional handlooms.
The unique selling point of the label lies in the blend of fine quality with true value for money. The label personifies elegance, and an old world charm that emanates from using the best possible weaving techniques, designs and materials. Gossamer Jamdanis, Rich Brocades, Elegant Tanchois – the collection reflects the richness and diversity of Banaras, India’s foremost silk paradise.
Shivangi has worked relentlessly to revive the traditional designs and weaves; collecting old pieces, spending time with the weavers to build an exquisite collection of textiles suitable for the women of today.