Simplicity, a little quirk and a charming fragility is what these hand-woven cotton sarees, dupattas and yardages, by UNMA Textiles, bring with them. With a fresh and unique take on Ikat that infuses motifs such as birds, fish, bees or even ants with mellow colors such as whites, off-whites, greys, navys and blacks, with bursts of red, blue, green or yellow for a pop, this collection is sure to appeal to handloom lovers with young aesthetic sensibilities! UNMA products use natural fibres and are hand-woven by weavers from small, obscure villages tucked in Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, where Ikat is largely practiced. The label works with skilled artisans who are eager to experiment and push their traditional sensibilities. Born with an inherent love for craft and color, Sapna Vedula Dhawla studied design at the National Institute of Design in Ahmadabad, after which she went on to start her label UNMA. Sapna brings to Ikat textiles, her fine arts skills to create designs that are minimalistic, graceful, and yet so young.