The Future of Fabric

By MW Desk

KH House of Khaddar wows with Warp and Weft

After a prestigious debut showcase of their first collection at Paris Fashion week in March this year, KH House of Khaddar is back with their latest offering, ‘Warp & Weft’. The collection uses a newly invented fabric that spins denim cotton with homespun khadi to birth a new fabric- Khaddar Denim.

This collection of sporty clothing dances in juxtapositions – conservative yet playful, subversive but sensual, hard but also soft. ‘Warp & Weft’ is a collection that celebrates the return to an early Millennial aesthetic. It comes with a change of perspective, reflecting on the post pandemic triumph of human connection. Joy and optimism are explored in a palette that pops – fuschia for activism and neon green for strength are bolstered by yellow for happiness and orange for reminiscence.

“We find inspiration in those who chase their dreams with courage and conviction, in those who define their own path, and in those with an unstoppable zest for life. Every one of us is the author of our own story – how you tell it is up to you and this is how Kamal Hassan’s House of Khaddar chooses to tell the story of Khaddar to the world.”
Amritha Ram Creative Director, KH House of Khaddar

KHHK’s ‘Warp & Weft’ comprises versatile pieces like miniskirts, bralettes, co-ord sets, dresses, blazers and trousers that even work well as separates. One of the signature styles this season is the varsity jacket, also called the Letterman jacket. The varsity style dates as far back as the 1930s and the patches-emblazoned jacket traditionally symbolized the initials of the school or establishment.

Photos: KH House of Khaddar

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