Handwoven Silk Cotton Kinji Cape Fashion Akaaro
Handwoven Silk Cotton Kinji Cape Fashion Akaaro
Handwoven Silk Cotton Kinji Cape Fashion Akaaro
Handwoven Silk Cotton Kinji Cape Fashion Akaaro

Handwoven Silk Cotton Kinji Cape

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Regular price$610.00
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Handwoven with silk and cotton, this luxurious cape makes for a perfect outerwear essentail and is an akaaro classic. It can be dressed up or down making this cape a wardrobe essential. this is an innovative smart mix of materialsThe cape has a natutal stretch in the fabric which makes it wrinklefree and easy to stretch. An akaaro bestseller the fabric is designed by AKAARO & is made with silk and cotton , hand woven in West Bengal , India.

-Relaxed Fit
-Bias Cut open front
-Luxurious and wrinklefree
-free lapel collar

50% silk 50 % cotton
Model Wears: Size M/Height 5Õ9Ó

Dry Clean or handwash
Minimum ironing is recommended to maintain the natural look of the fabric

30 degree wash

Product will be dispatched in 10-14 working days.

SHIPPING FEES ( IN SINGAPORE DOLLARS)

  • SINGAPORE – SHOPPING VALUE, $500 & ABOVE – FREE SHIPPING**
  • SINGAPORE – SHOPPING VALUE BELOW $500 - FEE $12
  • REST OF THE WORLD – FLAT FEE - $25

  • INDIA – FREE SHIPPING

    **Free Shipping not valid for use together with promotions or sales. 

 

RETURNS

Every single piece goes through stringent quality checks before it is shipped out. Unevenness in colour & texture of print is not a fault but a beautiful characteristic of natural processes.

  • If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase from Canvas & Weaves, you can return your qualifying item(s) for a full refund within 30 days of your purchase.
  • Please write to us directly at - hello@canvasandweaves.com , and we will assist you through the return process. We have a right to refuse excessive or unreasonable return requests.
  • Returns must be unworn with the original tags attached and with the original packaging; returned merchandise that does not satisfy these requirements may not qualify for a refund.
  • Shipping cost will have to be borne by you, the sender.
  • The package will need to be shipped to our headquarters in Singapore at the address mentioned below.

 

25 Balmoral Park

#02-02 Pinewood Gardens

Singapore – 259854

 

REFUND

  • Once we receive your qualifying return and approve your refund, Canvas & Weaves will credit your original method of payment. Depending on your financial institution, please allow an additional 2 to 10 business days for the credit to post to your bank or credit card account.

EXCHANGES

  • We hope that you love your items from Canvas & Weaves. But if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return undamaged, unwashed, and unused item(s) for store credit or within a 30-day timeline from when you received your order.
  • In case of an issue with sizing and the product doesn't fit you, please write us at hello@canvasandweaves.com briefing us about it and the correct size that you would like in exchange, before shipping it back to our postal address as mentioned below.

 

25 Balmoral Park

#02-02 Pinewood Gardens

Singapore – 259854

SALE ITEMS

Items sold under promotions, or at discounted prices are not eligible for returns or exchange.

 

CUSTOMS & DUTIES

For all international deliveries, customs and duties will have to be paid on arrival by the customer, if applicable.

 

Questions? Contact us – hello@canvasandweaves.com or call us during office hour at +65 9100 1417, 9 am - 5 pm (GMT+8) or by whatsapp - +65 9100 1417 

Introducing Akaaro, a label which makes innovative textiles and creative weaving wearable, functional and beautiful.

The story of Akaaro is as multifaceted as its beautiful and brilliant textiles. Akaaro’s founder is Gaurav Jai Gupta, an innovative designer and passionate artist whose journey into fashion has been anything but typical. Gaurav coined the term ‘craft couture’, with his insistence on the use of handmade textiles from traditional handlooms, and has truly pushed the boundaries in textile innovation. Akaaro is known for clothes, accessories and products which are all hand-woven and sustainable. Gaurav’s design ethos is centered around the idea of celebrating original textiles, in ever-more creative and accessible ways - sometimes in traditional outfits such as gorgeous sarees, sometimes in modern cuts and wearable day-to-day outfits which feature the adaptability and quality of Indian fabrics. After all, as Gaurav points out, there is more than one way of being ‘Indian’.

“I never liked the idea of sympathy with textiles,” says Gaurav. “Poor weavers! Poor Indians! I hate that.” Judge each project by the merit of the product, he asks, not with ideas of being ‘charitable’. While the theme is futuristic, the materials remain handmade, exploring the concept of art crossing over clothing, and back again. Gaurav hopes to launch the collection, now three years in the making, in the next few months.

Introducing Akaaro, a label which makes innovative textiles and creative weaving wearable, functional and beautiful.

The story of Akaaro is as multifaceted as its beautiful and brilliant textiles. Akaaro’s founder is Gaurav Jai Gupta, an innovative designer and passionate artist whose journey into fashion has been anything but typical. Gaurav coined the term ‘craft couture’, with his insistence on the use of handmade textiles from traditional handlooms, and has truly pushed the boundaries in textile innovation. Akaaro is known for clothes, accessories and products which are all hand-woven and sustainable. Gaurav’s design ethos is centered around the idea of celebrating original textiles, in ever-more creative and accessible ways - sometimes in traditional outfits such as gorgeous sarees, sometimes in modern cuts and wearable day-to-day outfits which feature the adaptability and quality of Indian fabrics. After all, as Gaurav points out, there is more than one way of being ‘Indian’.

“I never liked the idea of sympathy with textiles,” says Gaurav. “Poor weavers! Poor Indians! I hate that.” Judge each project by the merit of the product, he asks, not with ideas of being ‘charitable’. While the theme is futuristic, the materials remain handmade, exploring the concept of art crossing over clothing, and back again. Gaurav hopes to launch the collection, now three years in the making, in the next few months.


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