Embroidered Patchwork Jacket
The Embroidered Patchwork Jacket contains various hand embroidered panels sourced from the Tharparkar region of Sindh and some parts of Balochistan. Each section of embroidery consists of different styles of threadwork and mirror work native to the region, with some overlapping techniques reminiscent of Baloch styles. Each piece is truly unique as the sections of hand embroidery are different on each garment. Some of the styles of embroidery included are but not limited to: kaacha taanka, dassoti mukhri, mirror work, Balochi taanka, neren gujrati taanka. The fabric itself has been ethically sourced by working directly with artisans themselves.
The jacket embodies Rastah’s pursuit of collaboration and coexistence, through the unison of different techniques, colours, and traditions.