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Charcoal Cotton Pants

Lafaani

Regular price $141.00 USD
Regular price $176.00 USD Sale price $141.00 USD
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Editor's Notes

This charcoal-coloured, Khadi Denim pant has been naturally dyed using Myrobalan and Iron. A versatile piece to go with any upper wear. Practical touches include side pockets, drawstrings, and a button-down fly fastening. It has a foldable hem detailed with Kantha, a form of Indian hand embroidery, as an element of multi-functionality involving the wearer in the process of choice and interchangeability.

Materials used

Crafted in 100% cotton fibres and natural materials. 

Color

Charcoal Grey

Shipping Details

Production Time: 10-15 working days, Delivery Time: 15-20 working days. In case of faster shipment, kindly get in touch with us.

Care Instructions

Note that naturally dyed garments tend to bleed during the first couple of washes before the colour finally stabilizes. Please hand wash separately in cold water. Kindly do not bleach. Dry in the shade. Iron or steam with warm heat and be so kind as to avoid dry cleaning.

Brand Story

Lafaani has its roots in Urdu and literally translates to ‘Immortality’. The inspiration has been to create a fashion brand within the context of human equality and planetary boundaries that looks into ecological, economic, cultural and social agendas with an active approach to address the various issues looming on the world today rather than look for passive ways to compensate for our actions.

Production Details

The brand sources the fabrics from a grassroot organization located in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh working directly with artisan clusters based out of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and West Bengal: India. The Kala Cotton fabric is handspun and handwoven from Gujarat while all other fabrics for this collection are handwoven in Gwalior using Ambar Charkha spun yarn. The fabrics are then naturally dyed in their facility at Bhopal in an entirely handcrafted process. The fabrics reach our workshop based out of Delhi where all other operations such as pattern-making, stitching, hand-embroidery and hand-finishing take place. It is here that our vision comes to life and is translated in the very design of the garments. The leftover fabric scraps that are collected during the production process and then repurposed into accessories to ensure optimal use of resources. We are proud to have Upcycling as one of the core design practices at the brand.