Ikat love with Translate

In the clutter of fast fashion ‘Translate, Handwoven Ikat’ has given me something to be grounded about. Collection by Translate India is very avant-garde, with supreme quality. I love how each of their garments can be used as separates or mix and match in numerous ways. Be it summers or using them in layers in winters, they are stylish yet minimalistic, comfortable yet classic and every bit feminine. Translate is a perfect blend of age old traditional that meets modern cuts.

This particular garment is easy and contemporary, be it lunch with friends or meeting a client it’s just perfect. This dress has an amazing pattern play and there are number of ways to style it. Pair it with a palazzo or wear it as dress, add an Ikat scarf or wrap a belt, let your style define the garment.

Translate’ as a brand uses artisanal fabrics that spell luxury. It is a concept apparel and home textile design company, made in India that empowers regional Ikat artisans in transforming the traditional hand-loom weaving to contemporary outfits and home accessories. The primary focus of ‘Translate’ is to revive the age-old traditional art of Ikat; bringing it to a larger audience through weaving, designing, producing and retailing. ‘Translate’ primarily focuses on warp, weft and double Ikat that is almost on the brink of extinction. All textiles at ‘Translate’ are hand-woven by their team of trained weavers and exclusively designed for each collection. All textile are specially treated with VAT dye to make the wearable skin friendly and pre-washed, softened to ensure they are very comfortable for every day wear.

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