The Khajuraho top, a must have for beautiful days and evenings! Its triangle cut sits correctly on the chest while shaping the neckline. The cross back embellishes the curves and the non-tensioned waist leaves a freedom in the movements. The top is lined, opens and closes in front with a hook and 3 golden buttons of Indian inspiration. For elegance and comfort!
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S/M/L, the fit runs small. Frida wears size S. She is 1m66, shoulder width: 39 cm, bust length: 40 cm, waist: 63 cm, chest: 79 cm.
Machine wash at 30° and iron at medium temperature.
100% cotton natural indigo and Manjishta root dye.
Kalamkari is an expression of ancestral and unique art from the Andhra Prasdesh region. This art comes from the musicians, painters and singers, called Chitrakattis to illustrate the great epics of Hindu mythology that were then told .Its particularity is that it is painted only with vegetable dyes, using a Kalam (carved bamboo) equipped with a cloth serving as a reservoir on a woven cotton canvas. In Sanskrit, Kalam means "pen" and Kari means "art". The Manjishta root known for its therapeutic virtues in Ayurvedic medicine is a climbing plant called Madder. "Manjishta" means bright red in Sanskrit. It gives a multitude of reds, including orange and pink. The color depends on the age of the plant, its fiber content and the mineral content of the water used to dye. Indian indigo, a shrub that gives the color indigo blue, is often referred to as the "seventh color" of the rainbow since Isaac Newton. Indigo also historically represents the color of freedom in India.