First preview for Sundara Roesse was the cover image on Oscha’s Facebook page on 28 May 2015. After that the ‘normal’ preview album for Sundara Roesse was uploaded and it went on sale later that day.
“The first addition to the Botanical Collection (Fuchsia Edition), Sundara Roesse is woven on a warp featuring purple borders fading into magenta, with a black weft. It is 100% organic combed cotton and weighs approx 265gsm.”
“Taking inspiration from the colours, shapes and forms of plantlife. The first additions to this Collection are woven on a dazzling purple to magenta fade reminiscent of beautiful & abundant fuchsia flowers.”
Sundara is a mehndi inspired pattern. Mehndi or henna is the application of as a temporary form of skin decoration. It is practiced mainly in India and the Arab world (source: Wikipedia).
Sundara Roesse is the third colourway in which Sundara is released. First was Sundara Bonie Bell (Northern Isles Collection) and second Sundara Pearl, a Boutique item.
Sundara Roesse gets its name from Roesse fuchsias, a type of fuchsia hybridised by Carel Roes (The Netherlands). Fuchsia’s are known for their vibrant magenta/pink/purple flowers. This makes it a fitting name for a wrap of the Fuchsia Edition of the Botanical Collection. Source: Roessefuchsia.com