Yaza Spring/Summer 2018 shows an eclectic collection of cool silhouettes that combine style and sustainability. The pieces from this collection are made from woodblock printed fabrics.
Wood block printing is one of the oldest techniques in the world. Hand carved teak wood blocks are dipped in natural dyes and printed on fabric. It is a time consuming process that requires special skills cultivated through many years of experience passed on from one generation to the next.
The natural variations and irregularities in dyeing and printing are the most charming characteristic of this textile art and show the true soul of the manual work of the artisans.
The fabrics from this collection is block printed in rural Rajasthan, India.