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Posts tagged ‘Amrit Kumar’

Capsule NY: Nor Balck Nor White Spring/Summer 2013

24 September 2012, 19.41 | Posted in Art, Fashion, Jacket, Trade Show | No comments »

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We took a peek at Capsule last week, and will be sharing with you some of our favorites. First up, Norblack Nor White who introduces the ‘Bomb Bombers’ (above) a capsule collection of hand dyed silk bomber jackets and track pants that are fully reversible ( went to heaven anc back). On the next page a few more from Mriga Kapadiya and Amrit Kumar’s very on pojnt Nor Black Nor White Spring 2013.

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RDV NY: Nor Black Nor White Spring/Summer 2012

19 September 2011, 16.10 | Posted in Fashion, Trade Show | 1 comment »

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One of our faves designers Mriga Kapadiya and Amrit Kumar’s Nor Black Nor White label features their signature use of handwoven fabrics with rich colors and the introduction of silk fringed  separates that have us swooning. On the next page a little peek of what will be in store for this upcoming Spring 2012 .

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Nor Black Nor White Autumn/Winter 2011 Look Book

22 February 2011, 17.18 | Posted in Fashion, New Designer | 1 comment »

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For their second collection for Nor Black Nor White,  Amrit Kumar and Mriga Kapadiya  explore the regions of Banara and Lucknow, two distinct areas known for their handwoven  brocades and embroideries. Bright and vivid with a definite  nod to history, enjoy the Nor Black Nor White lookbook on the next page.

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Introducing: Nor Black Nor White ‘Spring Up’ Spring/Summer 2011

27 December 2010, 14.53 | Posted in Fashion, New Designer | No comments »

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Nor Black  Nor White takes a simple yet modern approach to clothing that even my super-conceptual, avant-garde-drawn self can appreciate.  Anchored on traditonal Indian craftsmanship, two young women, Amrit Kumar and Mriga Kapadiya, took on the task each season of highlighting a particular Indian region’s styles and construction techniques. As a way to blend their Canadian (woohoo!) and Indian  roots the  collections  provide the kind of clothing we would all love to own. Made in small quantities, this line provides the luxury of illustrating traditions of fabric dying known as “bandhani khatri,” plus beading and embroidery from the Kachchh Gujarat region. Enjoy a look at their latest titled  “Spring Up” on the next page and  a view of the very intricate process here. Makes you look at tie dye in a whole new way. Enjoy!

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