May 3rd, National Textiles Day – a day celebrated to recognize the importance of textiles in our lives. From everyday necessities to fashionable styles, textiles provide us with a wealth of design possibilities. From the clothes we wear to bedding and furniture covers as well as rugs, drapery, and canvas for art and shelter, textiles cover our lives. Brewing the perfect blend of versatile crafts and contemporary fabrics to a modern buying experience, Fabriclore is envisioning a transformed Textile Industry that is both organised, yet connected with our rich heritage.
Fabriclore, etymologically meaning ‘the stories of fabric’, is India’s first Fabric & Design ecosystem. An E-commerce Platform founded in 2016 by Mr. Vijay Sharma, Mr. Anupam Arya and Mr. Sandeep Sharma, Fabriclore is about assembling a complete ecosystem of designers, private labels, fabric manufacturers and artisans and connecting them directly to the consumers. The brand offers upto 200 types of textiles that further elaborate to 15,000 plus sku’s. Though dozens of textile curators across the country do their bit to revive the Indian Textile industry, we, at Fabriclore, have already taken that next step — one that involves thinking outside the box, Innovating and merging different fabrics with prints and dyes like never before, while also celebrating what we already have. The brand has made some of the industry’s ground breaking fabrics such as – Corduroy+Akola, Velvet+Ajrakh, Banana+Bagh Print, and many more. Besides diversifying the crafts, Fabriclore pushes boundaries for artisans to continue their legacy.
To quench the thirst for innovation & making crafts a part of life, the brand has shaped a range of handcrafted Home Furnishing, Decor, Stationery, and Accessories.
For the aficionados at Fabriclore, a fabric isn’t just a piece of cloth but a metaphor of joy and hard work. In less than a decade, Fabriclore has garnered momentum and has established itself as a noteworthy space for ethically produced indigenous fabrics.
Celebrate the beauty and versatility of textiles with Fabriclore.