ZAANHA — LIVE FROM INDIA
Greetings from Delhi!
I arrived for a whirlwind few days of approving, buying and planning new collections as well as enjoying some terrific food.
The response to our new color block Ladakh cashmere shawls, hand spun and hand woven in Kashmir (introduced at shows this summer) was so enthusiastic, that we will soon be re-stocked! Look for a full range of colors.
Indian artisans are diligently stitching away and putting the finishing touches on our hugely popular quilted silk/cotton jackets. New colors include navy, cobalt, deep turquoise and rich coral.We have started to schedule shows for the fall. If you would like to host a show, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shows are a lot of fun and you benefit! The following pictures will give you a sneak preview of new scarves.
And I’m pleased to report that the much loved basketweaves are back in myriad colors! They make the best gifts – for you and frankly anyone. www.zaanha.com/shop/basketweave-shawls/An almost last product report. Through the years people have told me how they loathed those annoying little brand labels on scarves. We have tried to address the problem by working with an artisan in Jaipur who reproduced our new logo using silver and other metals. I’d love to have your thoughts – email@example.com
One final piece of news — our new website which I and many others have toiled on for one and a half years is slated to go live at the end of the month! We have created a new brand identity, colors, logo and gorgeous new products. I will send a notice just prior to the launch. Feedback would be MOST appreciated!
And, on a travel note, Indian Accent, the superb restaurant located in The Manor hotel in Friends Colony in New Delhi has only gotten better, if that’s possible. And they are opening a branch in New York around the second week of December. Watch for it – 123 W. 56th St., NYC – it is truly the most extraordinary Indian food!
Off to Kabul on Friday and reunions with the many, many children your purchases and donations are helping. Stay tuned for another report in several days. This time, it’ll be all about the kids!