Swatching: Seema Krish Bombay Glitz

Textile designer Seema Krish emailed me a couple of weeks ago with details about her new collection, “Bombay Glitz.”  The colors are more subdued than those of her first collection. These designs are done in eggplant, persimmon, maize, and jade, as well as silver and gold metallics. The effect is rich and sophisticated.

Inspired by the Bollywood pop culture’s glamour and glitz, the textiles, which are available as fabric by the yard, are hand block printed, embroidered and woven. They’re composed of natural fibers–linen and linen/ cotton blends, and produced in sustainable environments.

Metallics
Hand block printed & embroidered on a metallic linen.
Available in 3 patterns & 2 colorways:
pali hill – silver or gold glitter bandra – silver or gold glitterati – silver or gold

Bandra
Hand block printed & embroidered on a linen/cotton blend.
Available in 4 colorways: brinjal purple, goa sand, haveli red, monsoon blue.

Juhu
Hand block printed & embroidered with tie dyed thread on linen/cotton blend. Available in 4 colorways: badal gray, brinjal purple, goa sand, panna green.

Founded in 2010, Seema Krish fabric line is dedicated to producing artisanal textiles created by a select group of Indian craftspeople. The textiles reflect a fusion of influences and ethnic traditions paired with a modern sensibility. Their mission is to enhance the lives of both the users and producers of the products.

You’ll also like: 
Inside Seema Krisha’s Studio
Seema Krish’s Debut Collection

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