The collection is a global journey inspired by the art, culture, people and palettes of our world. Inspired by century traditions, these Tibetan hand-woven carpets bring together the old world with innovations in the modern world.
Indigenous Australian Aboriginal li Dot ve Art was created in a batch of staples and loops in wool and silk, describing the legendary stories of tribal rituals.
The tradition of cultural adornment of 5000 years was captured in menhd. The hands of a Hindu bride prepared to marry painted henna interpreted as Tibetan hand-knotted wool and silk.
This Tibetan hand woven wool and silk carpet celebrates the people of Wolof in Senegal. Its traditional fashions blend seamlessly into modern environments.
Kantha’s hand-drawn technique evokes simple running stitch embroideries in Bengal. Raised stitch, it floats on the cut pile in the design of the wool.
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