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BACK TO NATURE

" The EARTH does not belong to man. Man belongs to the EARTH." - Chief Seattle ​ Sustainable manufacturing is extremely crucial in today's time. Every industry takes away more than it gives to the environment. The use of chemicals and energy in the manufacturing industry is exorbitant which need to be controlled. Companies are realising the need to act on sustainability as corporate responsibility standards rise and transparency becomes more common. ​ We are addressing the need for sustainability following below listed methods.

NATURAL DYES

Colouring Outside the Lines

Natural colours have a plethora of advantages. This method is more environmentally friendly than the regularly used synthetic colouring method and has a significantly lower environmental impact and are nontoxic. They do, however, have their own set of limitations. Toxic colours and chemicals pollute the environment at every stage, from production to consumption to degradation, where they gradually seep back into nature, causing a significant negative impact on our environment. Natural dyes are derived from herbs and medicinal plants and work as anti-microbial and anti-allergen agents while also leaving no trace in the environment throughout the garment's life cycle. These dyes are also quickly dissolved in water because they are biodegradable, which helps to reduce water pollution produced by textile clusters. ​ Scroll further to learn more about the origins of these brilliant hues!

100% BIO DEGRADABLE APPARELS

Offering 100 percent biodegradable clothing is unique in that it allows you to have the most fashionable clothes without releasing any dangerous toxic chemicals into the environment, which are hazardous to Flora and Fauna, as opposed to conventional clothes. Our manufacturers who produce biodegradable apparel are C2C certified ( Cradle to Cradle). This encompasses not just chemicals, but also material health, material re-use, renewable energy management, water stewardship, and, last but not least, social fairness. It's the future.