Situated at the crossing of Ballygunge Place and Anil Moitra Road (formally Swinhoe Street) Vastra Kuttimm had its roots placed over a century ago.
The history of Vastra Kuttimm can be credited to the Great Pioneer and Designer of Sarees - Shri Krishna Chanda Manmohan Saha, who started the business at the heart of East India's biggest wholesale market, Burrabazar at Calcutta. Setting up a sprawling establishment, we ruled the saree market with innovative and modern designs. We were the first to bring designs and material from other parts of India into Bengal, and created a niche for in the wholesale market. Carrying on the same tradition of innovation and perfection, Vastra Kuttimm stands for its commitment to excellence. The boutique is a cauldron of sarees from all over India and Bangladesh. We are driven by our quality commitment to customers and have a very strict procurement process to be able to meet this commitment. Each and every piece is hand picked and checked to ensure that the customers get the very best.
We work with handlooms across the country and Bangladesh to bring the finest weaves and exclusive designs to our customers. Original Kanjivarams are procured from Kanjipuram in Tamil Nadu and pure Zari Gadhwals from Andhra Pradesh. For over a century Silk has been procured from the holy city of Benaras and even today the same tradition is maintained. Handloom has always been a forte with Vastra Kuttimm and is truly reflected by the large variety we always offer. Selectively chosen from the weavers, Vastra Kuttimm offers Muslin Dhakai Jaamdani from Bangladesh, Bomkai and Sambalpuri form Orrisa, Chanderi and Kosa Silk from the heart of India - Madhya Pradesh, Assam Silk from Swalkuchi and Bhagalpur Silk from Bihar - to name a few.
To ensure exclusivity and design eminence, at Vastra Kuttimm, we have our own printing facilities at Serampore, 50 kms from Kolkata, the hub of Saree Weaving and Printing in West Bengal.
Vastra Kuttimm truly reflects the diverse culture of India, in its selection of Sarees/ Weaves, each a proud testimonial to the rich heritage of the states they belong to.