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We're a fair trade fashion brand that heroes global textile traditions and supports native artisan communities.

Pari Top

& Santiniketan

The women of Santiniketan have been sewing layers of recycled saris together to make quilts for centuries. It's a running stitch technique called Kantha and is currently the fashion diktat of the region. In West Bangal, Kantha has been elevated beyond traditional quilts to elaborate embroidery that adorns everything from Khadi cotton to Tussar silk. We hope to expand the reach of Kantha beyond traditional Indian wear by incorporating it into styles more commonly worn on this side of the world.

Pari Top


Pari Top


The Pari top is a stunning, hand-embroidered, two-layer, crop. The exposed zipper in the back adds a touch of edge to this intricate feminine piece. The detailed Kantha work found on this garment is extremely time consuming and may take an artist up to 6 months to complete 5 yards of fabric between daily family activities. 100% Tussar Silk. Dry clean only. 

Scroll down for more info about this piece and our partner artisan. 

S -- Bust: 34"

M -- Bust: 36.5"

L -- Bust: 40"

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& Begum

Begum leads a Kantha collective of over two hundred women in her village. She and her sister are predominantly responsible for the color and pattern designs for the collective. She also teaches more intricate stitches and works with women of varying skill levels to develop stronger craft. 

Complex kantha work is tedious but the result is stunning. The kantha work pictured here is called reverse-kantha. Meaning the artisans stitch to fill in the negative space leaving the birds and branches clean fabric. Completing the intricate embroidery on a Pari Top takes a long time because the artists only work in their free time. They typically stitch in social circles between regular village activities.