Grandeur intertwined so deep into the Indian heritage, the Zari weave dates back 3,000 years into the era of the Rig Veda. Its use remained restricted to artisans who were carefully selected and tirelessly trained to serve only a select few. Creating a heritage within families, this ancient yet selective art found recognition in the Mughal Era.
Zari, a form of Tanchoi handwoven silk, use silver and gold threads, capitalizing into its exceptional malleability. Precious metal thread paired with the delicate and luxurious silk fiber creates a homogenous fabric with an unparalleled glow.
Celebrating this imperial craftsmanship, with ethnic Zari weave on 100% silk, our tie collection reinstates the ancient, regal grandeur, in a contemporary adaptation for luxurious men’s accessories.