Episode 9: Seema Krish (48): textile designer / founder of Seema Krish Textiles
So happy I got a chance to ask textile designer and entrepreneur Seema Krish all the questions I had always wanted to since we met more than a decade ago in Boston. Seema joins me from her studio in San Francisco and shares her journey from art-loving Bombay kid to establishing her own luxury textiles brand for interiors Seema Krish Textiles.
Listen to the episode below or on iTunes here, and don't miss the Shownotes for all the books and other favorites we discussed!
Books and other cool stuff we discussed on Episode 9:
Japanese art textiles at NUNO
Satya Paul who was an innovative sari designer who launched contemporary, printed saris in the 1980s
Tharangini Studios in Bangalore, who print Seema’s fabrics
The iconic Nalanda bookstore in the Taj, now open as part of the CMYK group, and this wonderful tribute to the sad closing after 70 years, of another iconic Bombay The Strand Bookstore earlier this year. BOOK LOVERS - it’s a must watch and a powerful reminder of the serendipitous discoveries we miss out on when we search for specific titles on amazon.
A related book by Alexander Langlands: Cræft: An Inquiry Into the Origins and True Meaning of Traditional Crafts
Special thanks to Mohit Shandilya & Rajat Upadhyay / Flying Carpet Productions for audio post-production engineering