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“Where winters are mild,

Dianthus can be grown as a winter annual.”


Honouring every sense of frost in the
echoes of full blooms of youth, beauty
and pleasure swaying in the winter
winds. The magical, sweet smelling
flowers, so violet with their innocence
walking us through cultures and ancient
Greek myths of gods and goddesses
symbolising the virtues of humility.

Our handwoven fabrics illustrate
the delicacy and luxurious elegance
through their textures and shades.


Rabari Embroidery

RABARI, the inspiration drawn from the transitional Gujarati embroideries specialised within the Mochi community of Kutch. The craft of Rabari embroidery is stitched with fine silk satin threads using the fine aari needle. The aari is an adaptation of the cobbler’s awl. The motifs usually embroidered are buttis (flowers) derived from Persian or Mughal sources.

A nostalgic glimpse into a time when every stitch holds and represents a story, a dream, or a prayer. This embroidery offers more than just a visual treat; it's a journey into the soul of a vibrant, resilient, and deeply cultural nomadic community.

As we engage with these textiles, we are connecting with centuries of history, heritage, and human spirit.

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Blue Clan

You are a part of me now
You touched me.

With your kindness and love, so

Your soft lips are kind

Your eyes glow with life.

I’m glad you touched me
You are a part pf me now.
You are The Blue Clan.

~ Lloyd Carl Owle

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Maku ~ a conceptual fashion brand rooted in the philosophy of its founder director Santanu Das. A committed conceptual artist, Maku, for Santanu, is an extension of his artistic oeuvre.

The history of textile runs parallel to human civilization, a coded time machine reaching out to our
emotions as a testimony of our heritage, culture and skill. At Maku the textile takes the front seat,
the design statements evolving from the pulse of the yardage. The brand offers select exclusively
designed garment from the fibre to the rack using only hand spun and hand woven textile in
Indigo and many other naturally dyed colours.


“Where winters are mild, Dianthus can be grown as a winter annual.”...