• O U R F A B R I C

    The rise of sustainable fashion has created a huge appetite for handmade and hand-loomed items. There’s something extra special about handmade pieces; the level of artistry achieved is unique. . Handwoven fabrics created on a weaving device. The process involves entwining a set of vertical threads, the ‘warp”, with a set of horizontal threads, the ‘weft”. The loom holds the warp threads under tension to facilitate the interweaving of the weft threads over and above the warp using a weaving shuttle. This is done repeatedly. Hand-loom weaving is a labour of love as much as it’s a source of livelihood. It requires patience, artistry, and technical skills. The fabric carries the energy and personality of the weaver and it becomes part of the garment’s story.

  • P A C K A G I N G

    We have made the conscious effort to use only eco friendly packaging and reduce our carbon footprint as much as we can.  

    Tags & Print material 

    Made from 100% recycled paper and are recyclable. printed using soy-based inks, making them perfectly home compostable.

    Postage bags

    Made from 100% recycled plastic waste, a win for the planet. Please recycle with soft plastics.


    Eco-friendly because they’re made from acid-free, FSC-certified paper, completely composted or recycled! printed using soy-based inks, making them perfectly home compostable.

  • A Z O F R E E D Y E S

    Dye colours come from natural origins and do not contain AZO, keeping you and your family safe

    What are AZO free Dyes?

    These dyes do not contain nitrogen-based compounds.  These dyes are eco-friendly and eliminate the use of toxic compounds. Azo-free dyes are low impact dyes also known  as fibre reactive dyes. Azo-free refers to any dyes that do not contain the main known carcinogenic compounds which are better for the environment than the usual conventional dyes.