The celebration of cotton.

Aneeth creates clothing inspired by the local dressing styles from the remotest areas, utilizing indigenous knowledge of ancient textile and clothing traditions of India.

Péro recreates and adapts local styles for the modern consumer who loves the aesthetic, but also the ease, comfort and pleasure, provided by the simple shapes. The textiles are handmade in various parts of india, and each collection incorporates at least five traditional techniques from the country, for example- block prints from Rajasthan; Jamdani from West Bengal; woven textiles from Maheshwar; Khadi from Calcutta. Each piece is hand crafted and passed through the hands of atleast 5 to 12 crafts people. The result is a collection of amazing pieces with incredible hand feel & stunning details.
Text: various internet sources

I missed the show but I got these at their stall.


Bhumica in a Péro scarf.


Sailex in Péro..

Update: Aneeth is also a part of the team that created The Malkha Project. It focuses on the desire for sustainable production, the idea of fair trade, and nurturing ancient crafts and ways. Read more about it here.

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4 Responses to “The celebration of cotton.”

  1. Kate K Says:

    I like Aneeth Arora but shes too expensive!

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  3. A Patchwork of Textiles: Péro FW’12 « Wear about Says:

    […] Péro means ‘to wear’ in Marwari, the local language of Rajasthan. I previously documented Péro at LakmeFashionWeek in 2010. See here. […]

  4. Prerna Saraff Says:

    I am in London and need to get hold of a few pieces from the new Pero collection (my size was not available at khazana in mumbai😦
    Can anyone help with a webstore or stockist?
    The label is gorgeous! I already have a piece from last season but am totally obsessed with growing my collection!
    Pren

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