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Kshitij Jalori is considered another preservationist designer who revives ancient handlooms and modernizes India’s heritage weaves. Since the inception of the Kshitij Jalori label in 2016, the brand has focused on conserving woven brocades. Kshitij’s unique take on art motifs and modern weaving techniques provide a new dimension to conventional craftsmanship. He believes the beauty of textile lies in its ability to break out of traditional limits. His design philosophy converts traditional wearable art into fashion with a new age feel.
Kshitij is a NIFT Delhi alumnus. After graduating in fashion design, he worked with well-known design houses such as Sabyasachi, Rta Kapur Chishti, Pero, and Shades of India, perfecting sophisticated styling. While still gathering experience, he began to design using primarily traditional design elements of Benaras looms. He formed a union between his artistic inspirations and the antique weaving craft.
In 2018, he launched his first retail collection Coromandel Colony at Ensemble Kala Ghoda, as part of the ‘#EnsembleIncubator programme. This collection based on olden kadhwa and phekwa techniques with motifs woven separately garnered good attention. Next was a collection called Pakhi Badi, meaning House of Birds. Using parrots as the motif, Kshitij Jalori worked relentlessly and revived the classic Urtu weave that had disappeared into oblivion for almost 50 years. He then moved on to another inspiring collection with jazz as its central theme. He translated the 1920 jazz into aari and zari embroidered motifs and exotic flora fauna prints using distinct weave detailing. He used 200 grams of silver in every kilo of zari to develop a brass-silver hue for the collection.
Whatever be his collection, Kshitij Jalori includes his signature style Benarasi pieces – handwoven jaal sarees and dupattas. Along with the Banarasi brocade, he mixes satin, mashru fabric, and organza for the outfit to have a luxurious new-age feel.
Kshitij Jalori Benarasi sarees are gaining as heirloom pieces. They have also become a part of bridal trousseaus. Along with sarees, Kshitij Jalori designs offer styles and silhouettes in tunics, kurtas, pants, and jackets.
Kshitij Jalori contemporary Indian handloom fashion has won the hearts of several western and Indian celebrities. From American TV presenter Oprah Winfrey to badminton ace PV Sindhu and Bollywood stars like Karisma Kapoor, Malaika Arora, Kalki Koechlin, and Bhumi Pednekar, Kshitij Jalori outfits are quite a rage. You can also shop Shriya Som, Shikha Mehta, Rozina at Pernia’s Pop up Shop.
Kshitij Jalori Sarees
Silk brocade sarees, zari phekwa embroidery sarees, or sarees with Zardozi work on silk satin crepe, Kshitij Jalori sarees preserve the indigenous Indian handloom sarees while giving them a new dimension. The weaves come in different colors, from black to red and fuchsia pink to beige and light blues. Checkout Designer Potlis by Aanchal Sayal at Pernia’s Pop up Shop.
Kshitij Jalori Kurta Sets
The Kshitij Jalori kurta sets fitted at the bust and waist are contemporary in shape and pattern. They have the grandeur of Indian fabrics woven with a global appeal. Checkout Designer Scarfs by Pashma at Pernia’s Pop up Shop.
Kshitij Jalori Jackets
Kshitij Jalori jackets are fashionable, versatile, and known for their contemporary cuts and western silhouettes. Pair them over a saree or with a trouser, and you are ready to look like a diva. You can also shop Joey and Pooh at Pernia’s Pop up Shop.
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