This flattering maxi dress is made from mid-weight cotton that has been hand block printed in Jaipur. The bodice features a faux wrap style lapel collar and short sleeves before cascading into a tiered skirt. Cinch at the waist using the fabric belt.
Style it with neutral sandals and a belt to accentuate the waist.
Our collection, A seat at The Table celebrates women who have bravely taken charge of their own stories, leading rather than being led. Our super-heroines who are inspiring change.
This piece is named after Fatima Sheikh, who like many other Indian women reformers remains lesser-known. She marked the first joint struggle of the Dalits and the Muslims by setting up schools for Dalit girls alongside Savitri Bai Phule in the early 1850s.
We believe customers have a right to know how their product was made.
3.5 meters of mangalgiri cotton sourced from South of India has been used for this piece. Hand-blocked printed in Jaipur, manufactured in our workshop, Pune India.