FAQ'S

Our Materials


Baby Cashmere


Baby Cashmere is an extremely rare and precious fiber exclusively obtained from the under fleece of Hircus goat kids. The fiber is gathered by means of a delicate and completely harmless combing procedure that is only done once in a goat's life, between three and twelve months old. It is not only considerably rarer than the fiber coming from adult goats, it is also much finer: the average diameter of each fiber is about 13-13.5 micron, as against the 14.5 micron of the best traditional cashmere.
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Cashmere- Indian Pashmina


Cashmere is a noble, renewable and biodegradable raw material with an unmatched softness. A unique aesthetic: ultra light and gently soft. Enhanced by the precious and manual 80-year-old handloom. Cashmere is totally revisited with an unconventional touch, for modern beauty lies in innovation and creativeness. For more details on authenticity, transparency and certifications please contact us by email.

Linen


Ecological fiber at excellence,the cultivation of linen requires little water and few inputs (fertilizers, pesticides,insecticides). Linen absorbs very well colors and also requires less. We are the only proud manufacturers of Linen in the largest part of India (non coastal part). We are small producer in sustainable approach. of dyes than other materials.

Micro Modal Lenzing


The Modal is extracted from the wood of beech. The wood from which these fibers originate is a raw material in the making, renewable and biodegradable. It comes from managed logging operations in a sustainable manner.

Mulberry Silk


Light fabric with refined elegance, silk is a natural fiber of animal origin: it comes from the mulberry bombyx. It is also a very pleasant insulating material to wear in summer as in winter.

Virgin Australian Wool


Wool is a real envelope of warmth and softness. Natural, renewable and biodegradable raw material.

Alpaca


Alpaca is a 100% natural wool with a fine, lightweight, silky, non-irritating fiber. It contains no lanolin, an allergenic substance present in classical wool. It is a high insulating fiber. The alpaca comes from a camelid (close to the llama), originally from South America.

Mohair


Mohair is a noble, renewable and biodegradable raw material. It is derived from the down of angora goats and offers a case of extreme sweetness.

Pima Cotton


Much like coffee, cashmere or wine, the quality of cotton varies greatly. Thanks to ideal growing conditions, extra-long staple length and hand harvesting, Pima cotton is the world’s finest, prized for its exceptional durability, softness and brilliant luster. Unlike much commercial cotton, pima cotton is harvested entirely by hand. Not only is harvesting by hand more environmentally sound, it’s better for the cotton itself. Industrial harvesting tears the cotton fibers, giving it a yellowed hue and creating a scratchy texture that affects the smoothness of the final garment. The careful hand harvesting of pima, however, results in a brilliant white shade of whole cotton, which dyes beautifully and feels soft and smooth against the skin.

YakWool


Yak wool is derived from the coat of yaks, a herd animal. Yaks have long shaggy hair and a dense woolly undercoat. It is this soft fine under hair that is most desirable for manufacturing and is removed by dehairing. These fibers are then spun into yarns to make a very soft wool. Yak wool is naturally brown to fawn in colour. It is very warm and shiny having a higher luster than wool. Yak wool fibres are very fine, being around 17 to 19 microns in diameter, which is around the same fineness as cashmere.

HEMP


Hemp fabric distinct advantages in comfort and durability and significant benefits for the economic and environmental sustainability of our planet. Hemp is an incredible phytoremediation plant, meaning that it helps restore balance and cleans soil, air and water. In addition, hemp is one of the fastest growing plants on Earth and can sequester excess atmospheric carbon to help reverse climate change and clean the air we breathe.

Banana Fiber


Banana plant not only gives the delicious fruit but it also provides textile fiber, the banana fiber. It grows easily as it sets out young shoots and is most commonly found in hot tropical climates. All varieties of banana plants have fibers in abundance. These fibers are obtained after the fruit is harvested and fall in the group of bast fibers.


WE DO ONLY SUSTAINABLE FABRICS, CERTIFIED HARMLESS COLORS.


Are we Ethical?
Brands can say they are ethical and show a picture of their factory but the picture is hiding a lot of things. A picture doesn't say anything about the transparency. ''Transparency is when a brand is willing to name a factory they are working with'', allowing the third party media and the customers to actually research whether what the brand is claiming is actually what is taking place. A picture doesn't cover the health care coverage and wages. 98% of apparel industry is not receiving a living wage.
We can't change the values of a worker but we can regulate and ensure (as employers) that his/her human employment rights needs are met. Our employees have access to our organic farm and its produce, with free accommodation, electricity and beyond fairtrade wages. There are professional development programs and skill training time in time and no harmful processes involved that cause harm to their health. Our employees are very aware and well communicated in their job. For more information on transparency please write to us by email.


Do we believe in recycling?

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