Being working in this ever changing fashion industry, we do not compromise on the quality and integrity of our range in order to keep running in the race. We strive to maintain the highest standards of quality in our collection of designer saree, designer suits, western wear, anarkali suits, kurtas and ethnic bridal saree. Our quality experts ensure to utilize the best quality fabric, threads, beads, laces, stones, buttons, and other embellishments in our wide collection. They keep vigil eye of the production process and check the final outfit on the basis of its design, stitching details, skin friendliness, size, etc.
Our Garments Collection
At every occasion, be the best dressed by selecting from an exclusive collection including:
- Designer Suits
- Anarkali Suits
- Designer Saree
- Ethnic Bridal Saree
- Western Wear
Our Outstanding Team & Facilities
We have developed a factory in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India for the smooth and systematic execution of our business activities. The premises is fitted with latest machinery for cutting, stitching, etc., equipment & tools and is supported by a team of professionals. With the trends always changing with every season, our professionals keep themselves abreast with the latest trend and create outfits in accordance. They are also capable of creating the exact outfit as per the design and specifications provided by the clients. They have the requisite experience and expertise to transform the ideas of clients into a reality.
Our Handwork, Product & Design
We are based in the handicraft and garment design and manufacturing hub of India Ã¢ÃÃ Jaipur City. Our Handworks is world renowned for its quality & beauty. What makes our products so special & so full of life is the application of hand technique used to produce it. Techniques most popularly used by us on our textiles are hand block printing, hand appliquÃÃ©, hand embroidery, tie & die, etc. Although it reads simple, all the above processes are very technical, slow, risky and tedious.
Recorded Block Printing Tradition in Jaipur dates from late 1700's. All of our fabric processing works are completed by hand. The blocks of printing are thoroughly hand carved from teak wood. It takes two days to form a printing block, and it can print for about 800 mtrs. To complete a product or item there may be 30 separate blocks to use. The printer stamps the fabric about 1000 times to accomplish 3 meters in 5 colors. From natural fabric to finished product, an item goes through at least 20 pairs of human hands. Dyes used are hand blended, and they are of mineral, vegetable and chemical derivation. Most of the artwork is carried out in small workshops, or by home families.
Tie & Dye
Tie & Dye as technique is a traditional way of decorating or designing of fabric in required colors. the name prevails first Tie the fabric and then Dye it. Open the tied tread and you get the design. Most commonly at SEEN UNSEEN the women are the "TIE" workers who work in their own house with their children playing around them. Goods have to be reached to each woman's house and be collected also. From raw cloth to finished product every product passes through at least 20 pairs of hands. The dyes are both of natural and chemical sources and are hand mixed and each pc. is dyed by hand in large vessels in very hot and humid conditions. As a result unevenness and patches in dye ground is expected on the product and each piece is different from the other. Opening of threads is again a distribution in the houses of women and later washed and finished at our unit.
We at Seen Unseen promote all kinds of handwork and machine embroideries. our hand embroidery workers are trained by their forefathers and the tradition of teaching and learning still continues in the families of the workers. What seems tedious to the rest of the world is a source of Joy and Livelihood for our team of Hand embroiders. Machine work on fabric are more on the contemporary and alternative ways of replicating some handowrk embroidery looks. We support and try to keep a balance between both the techniques so as to extend employment in for the embroidery workers and preserve the tradition and history.
Some of the core methods we use on clothes for our customers:
- Dyeing: Pigment, Natural Color, Reactive and Tie-dye
- Printing: Water Based, Discharge, Pigment and Block Printing
- Embroidery: Hand Embroidery, Computerized Embroidery, Machine Embroidery, Chain Stitch, Aarey Work, Sequin and Bead.
Besides having merchants to serve the different needs of customers, we have the following in-house facilities:
- Pattern making
- Sample making
- Hand and Machine Embroidery
- Sewing machine users
- Computer Aided Designing (CAD)
- Embroidery designing
- Artwork designing, repeats and colour separation.
- Design creation
Quality Control Department Production Units
All these facilities help us in ensuring quick response to the buyers requirements, proper attention towards the product along with timely deliveries which results in satisfied customer/buyer.