Label Anuradha Ramam is an assimilation of old textile crafts of India combined with a contemporary touch. Anuradha has been designing garments, extraordinaire for the last sixteen years and is a true textile revivalist.
The label sports the confluence of fusion clothing that has a distinctive flavor. That emanates only from a deep sense of aesthetics, attention to detail, and unparalleled craftsmanship. Completely devoid of any bias of season or color palettes, creating clothes with an unstinting passion for color and design. Bold. Bright. Beautiful.
Each creation at Anuradha Ramam is motivated by the designer’s commitment towards the textile traditions of India and keeping alive its unadulterated exuberance in the design process. With exclusive hand blocks from the city of Bengal to the timeless weaves of Ikkat from Andhra Pradesh, the striking Kutchi embroidery from the deserts of Kutch, and Kantha from Paschim Banga we intent to bring you a unique revival of these age-old crafts.
The ethos of the brand lies in bringing tradition, comfort, and luxury into a small-knit community. While working with the weavers beginning from the yarn stage to selecting the colors and finalizing the designs, helping them sustain the roots of their craft. The team of artisans and ‘karigars’ handcrafting each piece with utmost care and love. With, all fabrics being ethically sourced keeping premium quality in mind to provide the customer with a long-lasting product that can be passed down in their family over years.
The mixing of styles and riotous color palette have brought the label a famous fan following. Kirron Kher, Shabana Azmi, Rani Mukerji, Brinda Karat, and many others wear Anuradha’s creations. If it's a traffic-stopping sari they are wearing, you should know it's Ramam.
We have always believed in bringing a sense of belonging into our community and our clothes are the best bet for comfort dressing.
Our latest collection Summer monotones 2021, is a wide range of wardrobe essentials of handblocked Kurtas and dresses, Kantha and Sindhi embroidered beautiful dupattas along with hand-embroidered and hand-blocked saris.