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Blues & Beetles

Blues & Beetles

A sail through different hues of natural indigos on soft handloom textiles and a rendezvous with the colourful decomposers of the natural world, the Beetles! Our forms feature some fantastic native species like the Leaf Beetles & the Jewel Beetles.

These slow moving creatures coexist with us  in urban habitats, building homes that are as precious as ours, among trees and inside the earth.

This collection is also a celebration of the magical natural blue hue that comes from green leaves, Indigofera tinctoria.

In this collection, Muyee brings you easy wearables, plushie playmates & a giant beetle pillow perfect for leisurely naps.
Blues & Beetles Toys

Blues & Beetles Toys

Blues and Beetles is a sail through different hues of natural indigos on soft handloom textiles and meeting the most colourful decomposers of the natural world, the Beetles.

Our forms are inspired by some fantastic native species like the leaf beetles, jewel beetles among many others.

It's beautiful to see them co exist with humans by making homes on trees and other urban spaces and this collection is an attempt at loving looking at them and respecting their habitats which are as precious as ours.

To break away from the fear or the creepiness associated with insects.

This collection also is a celebration of a magical natural hue that comes from green leaves, Indigofera tinctoria.
We have played with different hues of blues throughout the collection, exploring the possibilities nature holds.

We have brought this together with basic and easy wearables and Do your beetle playmates and a giant beetle pillow too.

By giving them a place in your home, you are retelling the story of protecting, celebrating & cohabiting with the natural world and its wonders.
Milky Way

Milky Way

Milky way is a forest party, with streams of white handloom cutting across all colours with milky brightness. 

New concoctions are made from old textile scraps turned into patches, buttons and braids. Our shy tan hue is tea -dyed with waste tea leaves. 

Sail down the Milky Way and find your forest friends - the old world monkey and the Macchabagha looking dapper in new rompers! 

Muuyee Collections

Muuyee Collections

 Our textiles are made of natural fibers and coloured with withered plant wonders, to give the rich hues. The patterns and motifs are created using ancient Shibori and Bandhej techniques. Carefree and unrestricted by gender or occasion, they are for anyone with a wild imagination.

My Darling Earth

My Darling Earth

My Darling Earth is a walk in the forest amid some lesser-known & endangered creatures of the Indian jungles. Though the forest faces great threat today, by giving these creatures a place in your home you are retelling the story of protecting, preserving & cohabiting with wildlife on this beautiful planet. These creatures and their habitats are brought to life in the form of Wearables, Playmates and Shibori textile artworks.

Noon Light

Noon Light

An ode to sleepy afternoons - when grown ups turn to slumber, children come out to play in the webs of sunbeams under the trees. Heads of roses, faces full of laughter. Sharing secrets and dancing to the afternoon babble of birds.
Children gather like ants on the warm earth and build kingdoms on her colourful carpet. The soft noon light passes through the supple silk, coloured from extracts of pomegranate peel, roots & wild leaves. A collection of festive, easy clothing for the nimble children of the light.

Noon - what a time to be alive!

Playmates

Playmates

Our playmates are stitched from cloth dyed in botanical colours. Like ants, we collect the smallest scraps and give them a use. Unrestricted by gender and age, these playmates are for anyone with a wild imagination.The elusive Lion Tailed Macaque, the baffling Fishing Cat and the rare and comical Purple Frog are only a few of the creatures that inhabit the MuuYee world.

Textile Art

Textile Art

Muuyee Textile Art celebrates the spots and stripes of shy forest creatures through skillful stitches and hand dying in botanical colours. The textures and forms are brought to life on cloth using myriad Shibori techniques. The rich colours comes from the goodness of fallen wild leaves, kasmi, indigo and madder twigs.