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Sustainable living is a must for all of us to save our planet

These days almost everything we buy has been mass produced and machine-made, leaving a negative impact on our environment. It's difficult to imagine the days when threads where spun by hand, garments were sewn by hand and cloth was block printed. However, in our hand block print  collection you will find we have implemented these traditional processes, we have turned back the clock to ancient times. We hold our commitment to producing garments as eco-friendly as possible, whilst also keeping these century old traditions of handloom materials and block printing alive. Sustainable living to us is something we desire. We need it and we want it to become a normality in our world, so we have created another collection with each garment being...

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Springs is approaching and we are blossoming

Hola Amiga!   Now that the spring is slowly approaching and we will soon start to shed some layers and show more skin, it is time to shine and express a little bit of unruly wilderness within us, my dear goddesses!    Bohemian fashion is one of these irresistible trends that came to existence during French revolution - from a necessity first - but eventually it became to be a statement of freedom! With time it evolved into a subculture that is still alive today - more than ever, really.    Boho fashion has it all - ethnic elements from indigenous cultures and tribes, strong oriental flavour, ancient motifs, patterns from Mughal Empire times, medieval elements, lace, beads, gems -...

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Why supporting Slow Fashion is now so important ?

What is slow fashion ? Modern day Slow Fashion has seen some of these old ways come back into the picture. It encourages us to buy less garments at higher quality, made from more sustainable processes, less often. It also puts emphasis on the art of clothes making and celebrates the skills of the craftspeople who make them. what is the difference ? Fast fashion" is a term used by retailers and designers to describe a widely implemented phenomenon and business model. ... Slow Fashion is the movement of designing, creating, and buying garments for quality and longevity. Slow fashion is about quality instead of quantity—garments that can last years or even a lifetime. ... Slow fashion is sustainable and doesn't view products as disposable. Slow fashion is ethical and looks at the connections between...

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