Silk frock is ready in 10 years, has so far traveled to 28 countries, 202 artisans have prepared together


You stop looking at this red beautiful frock and you will be surprised to see its beautiful embroidery. In fact, the British artist Christie Macleod started a global embroidery project called ‘The Red Dress Project’ in 2009.

And it has been enough for 10 years to make this dress and it was funded by the British Council and yes this red frock has traveled to 28 countries so far.

A total of 202 embroideries have been embroidered on this dress and this frock has been liked all over the world.This frock is made using different gold threads and metal work made of lotus flowers.

The artisans embroidered with the dress include refugees from Palestine, Kosovo, Rwanda, South Africa, Kenya, Japan, Paris, Sweden and Peru, Mumbai, Saudi Arabia and Wales. Decorated in the art gallery and museum of countries such as Parrish.

The dress is designed to support helping poverty women in places like Misimba in Cape Town, South Africa.


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