Our working partners, our materials and our practices are meticulously researched and selected. Each of our collections is founded on the key elements of sustainable production, recognisable heritage and wide functionality.
We develop our products holistically around our artisan’s traditions with the goal of long term, deep partnerships. For every edition, we work in close collaboration with our partners though out our supply chain, to ensure sustainable production, wages, welfare & to build further understanding and connection.
We focus on female empowerment and the alleviation of poverty in disadvantaged and isolated communities in rural India; we work with social development organisations that implement female welfare programmes.
We understand that it takes human hands and energy to make our garments, and approach our work responsibly; consequently, we only use sustainable production methods and materials, ensuring that our garments have little or no impact on both the environment and the health of the individuals involved in their production.
We’ve discovered that through using indigenous techniques – this is the most sustainable option for artisans and our planet.