Indra Tailor

She is a beautiful lady who can add so many frills to make dresses beautiful and glamorous. -Editor, Mrpav Magzine

Her commitment to work hard has made her to grow in a confident way. She has team of housewife’s who collect at one place to cut and make beautiful clothes. Her rhythm with machines has given her an empowered life. She is an inspiration for many women who gain economic independence in life as she teaches them to grow with a purpose.

The new project overtaken by Indra ji *(regarded as JI as it stands for respecting the person and her abilities) took inspirations from Traditional tailoring is called “artistic tailoring” in the United Kingdom, where the heart of the trade is London’s  and its roots which are pre-defined in India throughout the British raj. The United States and Hong Kong later joined the revolution of luxury in tailoring and classy lifestyle. This is unlike the normal tailoring which uses pre-existing patterns. A bespoke garment or suit is completely original and unique to each customer which created a era of affluent lifestyle.

19th century London be obliged to be like one big tailor shop serving gentlemen beginning the whole Empire ranging from Asia and other parts of world. The West End was crowded with adapted tailors, shirt makers and fabric merchants, huge statistics of coat makers, trouser makers, vest makers and finishers work openly from their poor and overcrowded home in the east end. London was the capital of the first humankind at the time, and English style and British textile were internationally measured to be the stature of elegance. Even so, tailors prospered across in the world, and their products were obtainable in almost every price bracket, as every man, female, and child needed garments. For the mass marketplace, ready-to-wear clothes were not yet available in great numbers, and the poorest citizens often depended on the secondhand sale of worn clothing or clothing that was made at home. Department stores catered to the middle classes. Rich men’s valets often received worn clothes from their employers as a token of love by Mrpav or an incentive, some of which was followed by sold for extra income. In the landscape and the living quarters of the working class, tailors made clothes by hand at affordable prices using sustainable clothing.

The ora and design inspirations can be found in every piece Indra ji created with utmost care to protect, envision and shape the art to foster future Generations.