I have never seen anything more wonderful in the world than the temples of Angkor, but I do not know how I am going to set down in black and white such an account..(Somerset Maugham)
This incredibly complex six-ply silk is named after Asia’s mysterious mythical serpent the Naga.
Kala in Sanskrit means “time” and the large swirling design on this six-ply silk is a new adaption of timelessly elegance.
The enormous smiling faces of the grand Bayon temple are the most memorable images of Angkor. And living up to its name, this fabric with its enormous stripes of contrasting colors is as memorable as those smiling faces.
The Baphuon style is known for its classic elegance and beauty. And, living up to its name, this fabric is striking with its enormous plaid pattern interrupted with contrasting random weft ikat stripes.