“Elegance is the only beauty that never fades”
Launched in 2020 by House of Fabikat brand IKAT produces finest quality handwoven 100% cotton apparels and home furnishings.
Ikat is one of the handcrafted clothing which is absolutely natural and hand-woven. We strive to create a high quality IKAT design that speaks to the heart. The apparel has its own essence of art and touch of tradition yet trendy. To get the original quality, we believe in working directly with the weavers. Major categories are in clothing designs and home décor.
FABIKAT specializes in producing high quality original IKAT prints with the best cotton fabric not just for your elegant looks but also for a super comforting feel. Choose our ready-to-wear Kurtis from a vast collection of IKAT styles and prints and sizes to suit your perfect fit.
IKAT Traditional Bedsheets are handwoven in such a way to make sure that your bedroom looks elegant with 220 Thread Count. The cotton fabric makes sure that the bedsheet remains soft and skin friendly.
To create an apparel company which believe in delivering exquisite designs, quality and value to customer. Handloom products are well known with the quality, & are appreciated worldwide. Committed to advancement and innovation, we constantly look for means to reinvent ourselves and set fresh standards of quality.
We endeavor to be a global icon in fashion weave and fashion outerwear by entrusting innovation and design to provide total customer satisfaction. Major motive is to maintain trust, the quality of product and customer satisfaction.
Ikat is a dyeing technique originated from Indonesia used to pattern textiles that employs resist dyeing on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric.
A characteristic of ikat textiles is an apparent “blurriness” to the design. The blurriness is a result of the extreme difficulty the weaver has lining up the dyed yarns so that the pattern comes out perfectly in the finished cloth.
Ikat is produced in many traditional textile centres around the world, including India to Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan (where it is called kasuri), Africa, and Latin America.