Handwoven Ilkal top with kasuti embroidered placket and overlap back detail.
(Please refer to the size charts before placing the order)
There’s a reason every Dori is special. Dori strives to epitomise Karnataka’s weaving tradition with Ilkal fabrics and Kasuti embroidery. Every cloth, we style, has been hand-crafted. We weave alive the traditional motifs of Karnataka with its regional threads and blend them, seamlessly, with contemporary designs. The North Karnataka artisans at the NGO ‘Kaikrafts’ weave their magic, and then we cast a few spells of our own, to bring you a rare tribute to this tradition.
Dori does a modern route in the fashion world, holding onto tradition, in any small way possible, is imperative.With Dori, you can be be in vogue without the guilt of forgetting your roots. Because it weaves alive the traditional motifs of Karnataka, with its regional threads... Inspired by the uninhibited silhouette of the old and reviving soul of the new, the collections aim at blending the two in rich colours of Ilkal. With Ilkal fabrics and Kasuti embroidery, this collection epitomises our states weaving tradition. In fact, all the clothes have been hand-crafted by North Karnataka artisans, from the NGO 'Kaikrafts'. It is our tribute to the Ilkal and Kasuti artworks, and an attempt at keeping them from diminishing completely