A day after the city’s biggest-ever fashion show, Mahesh and her team at The Maheshar Handicrafts Shop in Jodhpura are out to make a point.

“I feel a little embarrassed, but we are here for the people,” she says as she prepares to open her shop, just a few blocks from the grandstand where the event is taking place.

Maheshu and her crew have spent the past year assembling the world’s most sophisticated pieces.

It includes a pair of handmade handbags, handbags with intricate designs, and more.

“You can find them in the market, but these are unique pieces.

We have a big warehouse, so it’s not easy to find one,” she explains.

Her work is in the process of being rebranded as a “handcrafts museum” after being acquired by the Delhi-based NGO, the Handiculture Foundation.

The foundation has given Mahesu’s shop a new name, and she is keen to use the term to convey its importance in the city.

“It’s our goal to be the first and only shop that sells handmade items,” she tells Quartz.

The shop is a nod to Mahesukh, a local, who, in 2014, launched a fashion show with a “traditional” look and brand of embroidery in Jodipur, the epicenter of the capital’s garment industry.

She is credited with making Jodipura the most ethnically diverse city in India, and has been a fixture in the district’s fashion scene for over two decades.

The two-day show featured some of the citys most iconic brands, including Jodipur, and showcased the work of the local women.

While Mahesus designs are often in contrast to the “norm,” she believes they are also part of a larger movement.

“We are creating a kind of norm, and I believe we are creating something that can be more inclusive in the future,” she adds.

The Mareshis are not the only designers who are creating and selling handmade pieces.

In 2017, the city became home to the first ever global exhibition dedicated to the handcrafted work of fashion designers, with works from renowned designers like Giorgio Armani, Alexander Wang, and Yves Saint Laurent.

In 2018, a group of women’s clothing designers led by the designer Gaurav Singh launched the first-ever global fashion show focused on handmade clothing.

They made a mark by showing how the craft of fashion can be used as a tool to change the world.

The exhibition, called Handicamenters of the World, featured work from fashion designers such as Gucci, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Gucci Originals.

“If you look at our fashion history, this is how we were formed,” Singh says.

“The women were inspired by our ancestors and their fashion.

It’s the story of the journey that we have made as women.

And that is why we are proud to be here today.”