"I love working in traditional techniques and patterns. Block printing, dabu printing, tie-dye and shibori are some of my favorite techniques."
"I was born in Punjab, India. I began designing clothes in 1996 and I thoroughly enjoy my work. It's my passion – since childhood I have always wanted to be a designer.
"While working as a CAD/CAM engineer, my company saw my enthusiasm for design and agreed to sponsor me for course in fashion designing. It was such a fun experience! I'll always cherish it.
"I eventually quit my job and started designing garments, home furnishings and accessories. Ten dedicated tailors assist me.
"I love working in traditional techniques and patterns. Most of my creations depict India's traditional designs. Block printing, dabu printing, tie-dye and shibori are some of my favorite techniques. I further enhance my textiles with a little bit of embroidery and sequins or appliqué work.
"Over the many years of work, I have experienced and learned a lot, and this is what I try to impart to women in the various NGOs where I collaborate.
"I'm so glad to be a part of Novica. Please do let me know how you like my designs. And if you have suggestions, they are most welcome."
Neeti designs a blouse that is fresh and elegant, sewn from organic cotton. The fabric is handspun by the Women Weaves Charitable Trust. They are sponsored by Sumearth, founded by Neeti to empower women in rural India. The trendy blouse ties with ribbons....read more
Designed by India's Isha Jain, this festive blouse features a mandarin collar and pin tucks down the front, which give it an easy fitting grace. Embellished with block prints, applied by hand and kantha, or running stitch embroidery, the colorful....read more
Tanya Berry selects black cotton for this charming blouse. Applied to the yoke, an intricate fishnet is crocheted by hand, and flowers flow around the hem to border the short butterfly sleeves. The smock slips over the head.
Delightfully feminine, this blouse by Isha Jain features puffed cap sleeves and pin tucks down the front. Beadwork defines the yoke, and paisley block prints adorn the front. Applied by hand, the motifs are classic in India.
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