This ankle long dress is made out of a boiled 120 cotton twill bonded with a neoprene like material. It was all over embroidered in Mumbai, India with metal beads, sequins and trinkets. The motif is inspired by the nature historical drawings of Ernst Haeckel. The fit is tapered and opens up into a few pleats on the waistline, but keeps the slim fit with the help of a vent in the back. It closes with a hidden zip on the left side and hooks on both shoulders.
Indian embroiders working at Amal Exports, in Mumbai India. Most of them are originally from Bihar a state in the north of India. The handcraft of embroidery is traditionally passed on from father to son. There are only male embroiders working at Amal Exports