Purn vritt is based upon ancient Indian philosophy of a lifecycle, where every aspect of life is related to its completion of its lifecycle.
Soul (Atma), which is as per ancient Vedas are considered to be eternal. The ancient Vedic literature of India has provided the clearest answers that the soul continues on its journey to another body accordingly. The soul exists in all beings who are a part of the cycle of life and death. But do souls exist in non-living beings? Answer is certainly a No. However, humans are the only beings in the nature who are capable of endorsing soul to something which do not follow the cycle of existence. They are known as linear.
These linear products have caused immense damage to the ecology and biodiversity of mother earth. Time has come when we follow our indigenous philosophy of circularity in our products or creations as well to heal.
Purn vritt is the latest avantgarde collection by Indo-German designer duo Prakash and Georg, resembling the indigenous performing art of Jharkhand which speaks about conflict between circular ( jeevan chakra) and linear (jeevan Rekha) lifestyle.
The collection is made of materials which are biodegradable and have no trace of negative impact on mother earth. The principal material is organically produced peace silk, where silkworm completes their full life cycle and become beautiful butterflies. Sericulture is performed under strict organic procedures, including zero carbon measures.
Patterns of this collection is made using zero waste techniques.
This collection is plastic free (crude oil free) in terms of auxiliaries. Materials such as Silicon/ plastic boning, polyester mesh can-can, chemical adhesive-based fusing, pasting etc. are avoided, and instead alternative materials are used from natural resources like bamboo or cane.
Printing is done with specially created block prints that have low or zero impact on the environment and are also biodegradable. This process is positive on the environment while keeping indigenous printing art alive.
We strive to bring circularity in fashion as per our ancient philosophy of purn vritt through every step of creation.
The garment is to liberate the wearer into the world of art, craft and vibrance. The figures on the fabric are block printed with our eco- friendly dyes on the organically produced peace silk fabrics. The block figures are a deeper interpretation of German Bauhaus blending with the Chhau art form, from Jharkhand. The details of the garment are to portray many social changes that yet needs to be addressed to bring some dynamic approach to this on-going cultural art form. The exaggeration of sleeves and embroidered figure is bringing light on the iconic characters of the play (chhau) and gender norms. This is the modern vision of chhau that is more than just pleasant art, questioning the on-going flow to see the socio-cultural opinions.
The garment paints a new tomorrow which looks for a life more than mere existence. The whole garb is a celebration of new asymmetric proportions and a perplexed addition to the notions that are no more fostering. The prints on the garment are a mystified placement of the meaning of chhau in the language of Bauhaus geometry with a whole new frame of reference. The exaggeration of the silhouette is inspired from the aesthetics of chhau motifs blended well with our new vision. This is the new era of this cultural art form which finds its way into throwing lights devoted to bring some revolution in the traditional understandings.
The whole outfit is a louder and symbolic notion of the chhau worrier holding the Bauhaus shield trying to fight the certain soldiers against misogyny, unrealised yet in a settled certainty. The free appliqued fabric is the iconic statement of chhau which is to draw all the attention to form a wholesome idea of this new found aesthetics. The Prints on the fabric are an outcome of customised approach, rigorous efforts and skilled craftmanship with our GOTs approved ink materials on the organically produced peace silk. The wearer of this outfit stands for a new synagogue of independent woman, empowered handloom and handicraft.
The garment has its own story to narrate sand the wearer is the medium of expression The white fabric stands for a new morning creating a discrete lucid existence of its own. The prints are showing the vibrance, the energy, the movement on the serene base. The dye material are made from eco-friendly materials showing a crucial care for mother earth. The aesthetics of the collection is a beautiful amalgamation of Chhau dance performance and German avant garde. This a approach by cocccon to create something more than just beautiful, but some awareness towards a new found definition for culture and heritage in fashion.
It’s a thoughtful approach for the wearers, who can now wear a saree in their own personal style and also makes it easier for them who find it a little troublesome to cooperate with the countless drapes of the sarees. It is made from our organically produced peace silk, printed with handcrafted wooden blocks and skilled artisanship.
The silhouettes and curves are drawing new caricature of the audacious new lady try to shock, try to interrogate and rethink the stereotypes already framed, since ages. The prints on the garment are very skilfully printed, with our eco-friendly dye on the fabrics with a deliberate to show the new and abstracted reality of modern chhau. The silhouette of the whole attire is an upgraded form of Indian traditional salwar-suit. It’s the amalgamation of German Bauhaus and Indian chhau art form. We expect it could foster some evolution to all the viewers.
The outfit is to paint a new dimension of luxury and avant-garde based on the deeper narrations of chhau art form and German Bauhaus. The garment are made from our organically produced piece silk fur and fabrics. The prints on the garment and the base colour palette is the absolute mood of chhau portrayed with the language of German art, with our eco-friendly dye materials. The wearer is expected to experience a whole new vision for elegance and boldness.
The garment is a clear instinct of amalgamation of evenness and unevenness. It’s a projection of the the beautiful blend of chhau and German art on the fabric surface. The prints follow a parallel line of coherence of German Bauhaus, Jharkhand originated Chhau and a distinct design language. The materials used in making the garment is all organically produced and eco-friendly. The garment is expected to create some noise against the socio-psychological perspectives to look at fashion, culture and heritage.
The white background is the directionless white surface is silent enough to numb, but the chaos and the vibes of magnificent to shake the stability. The jumpsuit is printed with our eco-friendly GOTs certified dye on the organically produced peace silk. The print-design is an advanced blend of Jharkhand chhau and German Bauhaus. The wearer expected to feel the liberty and lux with a new dimension.
The fit is a derivate extension of the rob dress and wrap garment. The sleeves are exaggerated as a symbol of empowered femineity. The prints are deeper unison of the chhau dance form, Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky oriented to created some noise in the pre-concluded notion of looking at things. The prints on the fabric are made from our eco-friendly dyes placed using the hand-crafted blocks. The wearer will experience an exclusive blend of avant-garde and luxury.