Bamford x Injiri: Traditional Indian Hand-Weaving Exhibition and Embroidery Class
Workshop, SOLD OUT
Bamford hosts a two-part event exploring hand weaving and embroidery. Enjoy an exhibition showcasing how each Injiri item is made by hand using traditional Indian techniques, and a hand embroidery class inspired by the Injiri collection.
Bamford has collaborated with Injiri to celebrate and protect valuable handcrafting skills and traditions. They are selling an edited Injiri collection in their South Audley store, alongside an exhibition showcasing how each Injiri item is woven and embroidered by hand using traditional Indian textiles and techniques. Join them for an intimate hand embroidery masterclass, where Axelle Faes Cortes teaches some basic hand embroidery techniques inspired by the Injiri collection.
Injiri is a clothing and homeware brand founded by Chinar Farooqui in 2009. Each Injiri product is made using a mixture of traditional Indian hand weaving, block printing and hand embroidery. Chinar’s creations are guided by her own intuition and beliefs with the aim of creating a body of work that explores India’s handwoven and handmade textiles.
At the heart of everything Bamford does is their producers: the artisans and families who share their love of craftsmanship and traditional skills, connecting us to nature. Bamford ethically and responsibly source the finest natural fibres for their clothing and homeware collections, and turn to the power of natural active botanicals to create their skincare and body ranges.