Yarns and textiles are the basis for most fashion clothes.
Sheep for wool
The bride wearing her wedding dress, made from her own sheep, how awesome is that!!
Carding machine. Unlocks and aligns lumps of fibers before being passed on to other processes to produce different yarns, be it wool, felt, etc.
When you mention silk, it denotes luxury. I love silk, love the feel of it, and also it is just pleasing to look at as a fabric or a garment. This fabric is used by a lot of top designers.
Silkworms eating mulberry leaves
Silk comes from moth caterpillars and also produced by different kind of insects. It is said that the best silk comes from a worm called mulberry.
A worker is processing silk
Images from my favourite yarn shop in London.
You are looking at some of the silk yarns, that can be woven into textiles.
Fabric & Print samples
As a believer in sustainable fashion, I made my own yarns for my new spring/summer 2011 collection, "Jungle Paradise". I used the traditional Indian technique by twisting these yarn into ropes.
A model wearing a neck accessory I made using cotton/silk yarn.
Screen Printing on silk shifon
Waiting for my sample to dry
Image inspired from the anemone.
Woven dress. Mixture of silk, cotton and raffia yarns.
Model wearing a woven headpiece.