She is known for her hand block printing, her exquisite chiffon drapes and her interesting treatment to cottons that she crafts into interesting silhouettes…. Rani Jaykirti Singh Baria is easily the forum’s finest asset. Soft spoken, demure and understated in her own dress sense, she exudes a regal-ness that is admirable.
She speaks on her association with Royal Fables, in this the milestone season.
“ After all these years with being associated to Royal Fables, my fondest memories are of my trips as a member of the Royal Fables delegation to Vancouver and Morocco.
Each one of us is born into a family with a rich history and heritage. A legacy that is far beyond monetary considerations. Royal Fables helps us add our own sensibility to this inheritance, giving us the recognition an artist deserves. My drive is to make a difference in the lives of my kaarigars by providing them employment and also sustaining their craft. And a hearty congratulations to Royal Fables for turning 10.”
Heritage seekers can look forward to Jaykirti’s much awaited collection that experiments with ombré dyes and digital prints in different textiles like tussars, chanderis, silks and chiffons. Also on the anvil is a display of her newest block prints that she once again splashes her cotton ensembles with.