Recently designer Aartivijay Gupta brought out a collection inspired by Bhuli art – wall papers in Rajasthan for her Spring Summer 2019 outing, and designer duo Shivan and Narresh referenced Gond art in their resort offering. These weren’t exceptions as Jade by Monica and Karishma reignited the charm of Rabari tribes of Kutch bringing out lehenga skirts with painstakingly executed ek taar embroidery. In the past few seasons, designers like Divya Sheth have brought forth old arts like ajrakh and kalamkari via collaborations with master craftsman and artists, to showcase the best in Indian crafts and textiles. So is it okay to deduce that folk art is getting its share of spotlight in Indian fashion?

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