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Herbal Dyeing is a dyeing technique where in only 100% Biodegradable herb, plant minerals, fruits, vegetables etc are used to dye & print fabrics. Where natural textiles are processed with natural resources only. (medically rich Herbs, Plants, minerals etc) No pollution is involved as colors are directly derived from Medicinally rich herbs, flowers, stems, roots, etc. The process is only possible on natural fabrics e.g. silk, cotton, wool, etc.


Orange Fiber fabrics are formed from a silk-like cellulose yarn that can blend with other materials. When used in its purest form, the resulting 100% citrus textile features a soft and silky hand-feel, lightweight, and can be opaque or shiny according to production needs Orange Fiber patented and manufactures the first sustainable fabric from citrus juice by-products. Exclusive, silky and ethereal, it is designed to meet the demand of innovation and sustainability of fashion brands, interpreting its creativity and visionary spirit.


Eri Silk aka Ahimsa Silk is a cruelty free silk. It is also known as Peace Silk.The weavers and those involved in the industry follow a slow and kind process wherein they wait for the silkworm to leave its cocoon as opposed to killing them for the regular silk.


While the concept of preserving organic bits in resin has been prevalent for ages all over the globe, in India this is the first brand to bring bring botanicals from all around the world and present it with an Indian twist. Fossilising is prevalent in nature itself.


Originally made from the pulp of bamboo grass. Bamboo fabric, also known as bamboo rayon, is one of the different textiles that are made from the plant. Bamboo fabric is sustainable, breathable, and soft, so it’s used more often


Concrete, an artificial stone-like mass, is the composite material that is created by mixing binding material (cement or lime) along with the aggregate (sand, gravel, stone, brick chips, etc.), water, admixtures, etc in specific proportions.


Hemp fabric is made from the fibres in the herbaceous plant of the species cannabis sativa. Hemp is a high-yield crop that produces significantly more fibre per acre than either cotton or flax. In comparison to cotton, it can be produced with half the amount of water and has three times the tensile strength of cotton. Hemp fibers can be used to make items including paper, clothing, textiles, rope, seed oil, immunity boosters etc.


When a beauty product is marked as vegan, it means the same thing a vegan diet does. This label infers that the product does not contain any animal or its byproducts in it. A by-product can be an animal ingredient or animal-derived ingredient. This includes, but is not limited to, honey, beeswax, lanolin, collagen, albumen, carmine, cholesterol, gelatin, and many others. To many, the term “vegan” also means that a product is free from animal testing as well. Because the term is not regulated, it is often used to simply note that a product does not contain animal ingredients. Items that are tested on animals can claim to be “vegan”.


Rose fibre is another one of the ‘new’ vegan handspinning fibres, made from roses. The rose fibre are extracted from the natural waste of rose bushes and stems. The fibre is then stripped and processed to create a luxurious and soft handspinning spinning fibre, similar to silk. Rose fiber is very similar to bamboo in appearance and feel.


Piñatex®, an innovative natural textile made from waste pineapple leaf fibre is now a Certified B Corporation®. The leaves are the byproduct of existing agriculture, and their use creates an additional income stream for farming communities. The raw material that forms the base of Piñatex® is a by-product of the pineapple harvest. Piñatex is fit for use across fashion, accessories & upholstery and has been used by over 1000 brands worldwide including Hugo Boss, H&M and the Hilton Hotel Bankside.


Vegetable tanned leather refers to the tannage, or method of tanning the cowhide into leather. It’s called “vegetable” because of the natural materials used in the tanning process like tree bark. The vegetable tanning process is slow and complex and could take up to 60 days to complete. It’s also skill intensive, requiring the patience and care of experienced artisans.The result of this technique gives us a leather that has a long shelf life. Over time it gets beautifully soft and flexible – which means the longer you use it, the more comfortable it feels.


Banana fabric is one of the world’s strongest natural biodegradable fiber and it comes from the stalk of the banana plant. Banana fibre is similar to natural bamboo fibre, but its spin ability, fineness and tensile strength are said to be better. Banana fibre is similar to natural bamboo fibre, but its spin ability, fineness and tensile strength are said to be better. Banana fibre is similar to natural bamboo fibre, but its spin ability, fineness and tensile strength are said to be better.


The fabric is derived from cellulosic fibres that come from the eucalyptus wood. It does not contain any microplastics that are otherwise commonly present in synthetic fabric. Tencel is derived from wood, however, the trees it comes from are harvested in sustainably managed plantations and the chemicals used to create the fibres are less toxic as well as continually recycled in the process so there’s much less waste.