Patola collection
    A fabric traditionally woven in the Patan region of Gujarat. The patola yardage uses pure silk thread with a double-ikat weave — double warp and weft threads.
    According to legend over 700 Patola weavers came to the palace of Raja Kumarpala in the 12th century. The ruler used to dress in patola silk on special occasions. Woven with extreme dexterity, the front and the back of these textiles were indistinguishable from each other, making them the ultimate symbol of wealth and status. The complexity and time-intensiveness is what makes Patola so valuable.