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  • The Jaipur Joy Pop up shop in Frome, Somerset.

    This year we set up shop in The Iron Gates building in the centre of Frome as a 6 months pop up shop.  Located in the heart of the buzzing and vibr...
  • Jaipur Joy - a new affordable brand with the craft of screen printing at its heart.

    With the birth of my new brand Jaipur Joy last year, I wanted to respond to the challenges of the cost-of-living crisis by creating a brand that at...
  • New Tours in 2023

    I'm very happy to let my customers know that I have put together two new curated tours in India for 2023. The first is the Classic Rajasthan tour f...
  • The beauty of being a slow fashion eco brand...

    Noor is our in-house Eco slow fashion brand, but what does that actually mean? Well, slow fashion may just be the cure that the Fashion Industry n...
  • Feeling Joyful with Jaipur Joy...

    Following the pandemic it has been a complete joy to finally return to India and feel the heady mix of heat, sunshine and bustle combined with the ...
  • Moving into India in 2022

    With the dawn of a new year we often are reflective in our outlook. As many of my loyal customers will know, the last two years have brought big ch...
  • What is true Value in this new era of Sustainability?

    In the world we live in today, the word "value" has lost its true meaning, and is used casually as a symbol of low priced goods bought at "bargain"...
  • Tussah silk - why is it called a non - violent silk?

     The Indian Tussah Silk moth (Antherea myllita): was traditionally reeled from cocoons collected from the wild but the yields were poor. Tassah sil...
  • Who Makes your clothes? - part 1

    Have you ever wondered who makes your clothes?
  • Plus Sizes for Curvy women

    Enjoy plus sized clothing for the more curvaceous woman.
  • The Indigo Blues.

    If you love Indigo - this is the process of how it creates that amazing blue...
  • Yabba Dabu Doo!

    One of my favourite forms of Hand Block printing is Dabu. This is the ancient art of using Mud as a resist to 'block out' or 'resist' the dye when...