After stumbling across a fabric market in Jaipur, India, Molly Russell was inspired by the ancient crafts, techniques and colour she experienced in India’s ‘Pink City’. Founded in 2016, the timeless designs are based around easy to wear shapes, whimsical details, embroidery and colour.
This season, Pink City Prints is all about Riviera chic- with classic Provençal blue and white patterns, Bardot-inspired off the shoulder gingham dresses, palm tree prints and of course, the block print tote bags that are sure to be a summer staple.
All the fabrics used in Pink City Prints are locally sourced cotton or silk. Working alongside a group of artisans, Molly uses traditional Indian methods such as block-printing, Indigo, and Hand Embroidery to create fresh, modern prints and textures.
The lifestyle brand includes everything from clothing and scarves to laptop cases, purses and nightwear.
Go To: www.pinkcityprints.com
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