AK Threads
Sugata Dress in Cream, Black & Orange Fleck

£170.00
This will be shipped to you directly from AK Threads in United Kingdom

This product is made to order so please allow 2-4 weeks before your item is delivered.

This relaxed silhouette is made in a sumptuous, subtle chequered weave. Hand-spun and hand weaved with soft organic cotton by our women weavers in India. Designed with deep armholes and plunging V-neck line. Finished with a chunky D-ring and tie at the back for an elevated take on the pinafore dress.

  • This dress is cut with a subtle flare, for smooth simplicity.
  • Made from handwoven organic cotton – virtually carbon neutral
  • Exaggerated, Low cut armholes
  • Deep front patch pockets
  • V-neck back and front
  • D-ring function and feature tie
  • Ankle length ( available to customise )

Delivery

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Returns.

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The Brand:

AK Threads

Antakarana Threads: ancient sanskrit for conciousness.

Built upon a philosophy of slow, considered living and commitment to sustainability, AK Threads aligns traditional artisanal practices with modern designs to create essential wardrobe pieces, accessible for all women.

Established by Gracie Laine whilst in Jodhpur, India, working alongside rural artisans and women’s co-operatives. She witnessed the inequality and adversity females faced daily, however through training women in garment construction, she was able to see the tangible impact that empowering work had on them and their communities. It opened her eyes to how vital clothing manufacture can be to job creation, as well as social, economic and gender equity. It was there that she launched the first collection, with the ambition of a creating positive impact through design.