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Injiri has been launched in 2009 by Chinar Farooqui with the desire to form long lasting liaisons with Indian textiles through her work and on going explorations in regional techniques.
The feature which most impressed By Adushka about this brand is that it believes in the beauty of the hand-weaving process and its focus is on textile development and sustainable usage of materials.
Every piece of this brand has a story to tell; during their making, the artisans like to explore without defining how the textiles will end up as products and enjoy the journey of the processes,. Not dictated by fashion and trends, the design language is derived from learning and studying ethnic traditions across the world.
Not by chance injiri shapes come from an array of inspirations. Some being closer to weaving clusters they work with and at other times antique pieces of clothing that are obsolete. The simplest of clothes worn by peasants, farmers and common man, inspire them the most.
The “hand-made” quality in antique pieces is very evident and we are inspired by such craftsmanship over and over again.
The result is a mix of sustainable, unique and characteristic home and clothing items.