THE FABRIC OF INDIA - by Rosemary Crill, V&A Publishing
"Handloom saris have taken on an edgier look under the well-established label of Abraham & Thakore. Their aesthetic trademark is geometric forms in black, white or neutral shades, occasionally with splashes of yellow or red, which they also translate into their fashionable kurta-pyjama combinations."
FASHION INDIA - by Phyllida Jay, Thames & Hudson
"Abraham & Thakore has produced textile-based fashion that makes them both ‘designer’s designers’ in the arena of fashion and highly respected among the experts and practitioners in the rarefied arena of Indian craft advocacy."
INDIA CONTEMPORARY DESIGN - by Divia Patel, Roli Books in association with V&A Publishing
"For the Autumn/Winter/2011/12 collection they produced a spectacular silk fabric which imitated the traditional British tessellated houndstooth pattern using the complex process of double-ikat weaving. The transference of a design associated with classic western menswear into a handwoven silk sari.... makes it into a stylish, clever, and bold blend of cross-cultural influences."
UNFOLDING, CONTEMPORARY INDIAN TEXTILES - by Maggie Baxter, Niyogi Books
"Perhaps more than any other Indian designers, Abraham & Thakore understand the value of negative space that carefully balances interconnecting dualities.... The successful realization of this pared down approach rests on the rigorous clarity with which they connect line, shape and space with material and technique."