In The Press

A selection of some of our favorite pieces of press

How to save it: the Kashmiri shawl
Painters and poets have long been entranced by its finely woven folds, but the future of the Kashmiri shawl is far from certain. 
Victoria Frolova reports

How to save it: the Kashmiri shawl | Kashmir Loom

Cashmere by John Singer Sargent, 1908 – one of the many artworks inspired by the Kashmiri shawl | Image: Archivart/Alamy Stock Photo


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A chair by Tom Dixon sits at the foot of Jewelry Designer Marie-Hélène de Taillac’s bed, with a Kashmir Loom blanket in her Paris apartment.


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How to Visit Kashmir by HANYA YANAGIHARA



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A long weekend in Jaipur with Marie-Helene de Taillac. The jewellery designer (and Pink City local) takes Christina Ohly Evans on a tour of magnificent palaces, vibrant markets and thoroughly chic cafes and hotels.


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No need to go to India for the finest pashminas
It’s the soft, soft wool that makes these pashminas special

 
 
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Where to shop in Srinagar Kashmir Loom

Where to shop in Srinagar:  From pherans to fruit, Jasreen Mayal Khanna explores the offerings in Kashmir’s capital and comes away richer.