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Mudassir Ansari, a graduate of The Handloom School (THS) in Maheshwar, comes from a family of weavers. He learnt weaving from his father at a young age and admires traditional Maheshwari textiles. But the 20-year-old likes to experiment, creating new designs on a multi-treadle loom, that give these traditional weaves a contemporary feel. This young weaver's exclusive collection of stoles and fabric for Jaypore features his artistic experiments.


Mohammad Idris, a graduate of The Handloom School, comes from a traditional weaver family and owns a weaving business with his cousin. The elegant simplicity and subtlety of dobby designs in the borders and the pallus intrigues him. In designing stoles for this collection, he has focused on the lehar or the traditional wave design in the Maheshwari, creating it in a fresh color palette.


Some of the best creations in craft come from collaborations. Like Vankar Vinod Bhanji's collection of engineered kurta fabric in fine cotton. A skilled weaver, Vinod works with Shamjibhai Vankar, one of the master weavers of Kutch. It was with his support and collaboration with other weavers over numerous phone calls and messages that resulted in these weaves.

Vankar Lalji Karman belongs to a small village in Bhuj called Kotay. He learnt weaving from his father and grandfather and has been working with the family’s weaving business since 2004. A graduate of The Handloom School (THS), Lalji credits his alma mater and Jaypore for helping him learn and test new skills. He has created fine cotton kurta fabric in engineered designs for this collection.

Vankar Arun Kumar Meghji from Kotay village near Bhuj works with his father, Meghjibhai – a national award winning artisan. A graduate of The Handloom School (THS) in Maheshwar, for this collection, he has made dupattas for the first time, experimenting with new motifs and colors. He collaborated with other weavers to co-ordinate the colors of the dupattas. His ultimate success? Appreciation from his father.