ethical
eco-friendly
cotton
textiles

We source our cotton textiles whenever possible directly from artisans and local businesses They are woven from the finest yarns to ensure exceptional quality eco-friendly garments that will stand the test of time. Get that special feeling of connection that comes with knowing where and how your clothes are made.

FAIR TRADE

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NATURAL DYE

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RAIN FED

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CERTIFIED

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ORGANIC

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ARTISANAL

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the
artisans

CASHMERE AUTHENTICO

Mongolia
High quality cashmere grown and selected in small quantities to
ensure your products are authentic. Cashmere fibres sourced
from a small selection of Mongolian nomad families who adhere
to high animal welfare and grazing practices.

khadi-collective (2021_07_20 12_23_09 UTC)

Burberry cashmere initiative

Afghanistan
Despite 90 per cent of goats in Afghanistan producing cashmere,
the vast majority of herders are simply not aware of its value as a
luxury raw material. “They’re sitting on a goldmine if the right
techniques are employed,” says Agnė Baltaduonytė, advocacy
manager at Oxfam in Afghanistan, which is partnering with Burberry
on the initiative. “It starts with knowledge."

Kashmir Pashmina

Kashmir
Our company Solomon International has motto – “Save Handmade – Save Humanity’’, with energizing centuries old handicraft industry. The goal is to bring genuine and worlds most luxurious, Geographical Indication (GI) labeled ‘Kashmir Pashmina’, fabric and its products into the international market without any middleman-ship, so that our fellow beings can feel the luxuriousness of the best creation of the fabric world where history dates back to 300 B.C.

TREBENE

Kashmir
Trebine is the ancient tradition reignited for the modern world. The journey begins in Kashmir with the brushing of wool. And the nimble movements of hands along the loom. The hands that weave. These are not the cogs of a machine. They are not pulleys or levers or a tangle of wires. They are the hands of Saerve, Haaje, Rajeb and Haeble, The keepers of ancient tradition, the makers of magical stories.

Ethics & Sustainability

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porttitor dapibus. Proin urna neque, mattis volutpat aliquam eu, ullamcorper quis tellus. Donec nisl nulla, semper condimentum justo quis, consequat blandit orci.

Shawls

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Headwear

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Scarves

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Gloves

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Regions

Himalaya

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Eastern Steppe

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Western Steppe

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nature of cotton

Tula: A Return to India’s Regenerative Cotton Roots

As part of our series on cotton in community, we are honored to share this article produced by Harpreet Singh, exploring the connections between cotton, colonialism, cloth production, and community-based economies. As Harpreet writes, tula is a Sanskrit word that means cotton and also means balance or equilibrium. The vision and approach of this work — in the historical land base where cotton was first spun and woven — is a practical and inspiring model for local economies in the Fibershed community. “This was dyed using manjistha,” he explained, pointing to a spool of resplendent red cotton hanging outside between tall coconut trees. My interest was piqued; I was familiar with the herb manjistha (Indian red madder) as a renowned blood purifier in India’s Ayurvedic medicine tradition. I’d been searching for fabric dyed with beneficial plants rather than the endocrine-disrupting chemicals in most contemporary clothing. “No chemicals are used in the process. We do it all on our farm.” Nearby, beautiful blue, black, and yellow spools of cotton were drying, all dyed using natural herbs and plants. The rhythmic hum of hand-weaving illuminated the background.

Read More »

ethical
eco-friendly
cotton
textiles

We source our cotton textiles whenever possible directly from artisans and local businesses They are woven from the finest yarns to ensure exceptional quality eco-friendly garments that will stand the test of time. Get that special feeling of connection that comes with knowing where and how your clothes are made.

FAIR TRADE

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NATURAL DYE

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RAIN FED

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CERTIFIED

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ORGANIC

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ARTISANAL

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the
artisans

CASHMERE AUTHENTICO

Mongolia
High quality cashmere grown and selected in small quantities to
ensure your products are authentic. Cashmere fibres sourced
from a small selection of Mongolian nomad families who adhere
to high animal welfare and grazing practices.

khadi-collective (2021_07_20 12_23_09 UTC)

Burberry cashmere initiative

Afghanistan
Despite 90 per cent of goats in Afghanistan producing cashmere,
the vast majority of herders are simply not aware of its value as a
luxury raw material. “They’re sitting on a goldmine if the right
techniques are employed,” says Agnė Baltaduonytė, advocacy
manager at Oxfam in Afghanistan, which is partnering with Burberry
on the initiative. “It starts with knowledge."

Kashmir Pashmina

Kashmir
Our company Solomon International has motto – “Save Handmade – Save Humanity’’, with energizing centuries old handicraft industry. The goal is to bring genuine and worlds most luxurious, Geographical Indication (GI) labeled ‘Kashmir Pashmina’, fabric and its products into the international market without any middleman-ship, so that our fellow beings can feel the luxuriousness of the best creation of the fabric world where history dates back to 300 B.C.

TREBENE

Kashmir
Trebine is the ancient tradition reignited for the modern world. The journey begins in Kashmir with the brushing of wool. And the nimble movements of hands along the loom. The hands that weave. These are not the cogs of a machine. They are not pulleys or levers or a tangle of wires. They are the hands of Saerve, Haaje, Rajeb and Haeble, The keepers of ancient tradition, the makers of magical stories.

Ethics & Sustainability

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vehicula elit ac est fringilla fringilla. Quisque dolor odio, fermentum vel urna non, dignissim euismod dui. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Integer lacinia semper velit, ac laoreet tortor pellentesque et. Duis malesuada justo non

porttitor dapibus. Proin urna neque, mattis volutpat aliquam eu, ullamcorper quis tellus. Donec nisl nulla, semper condimentum justo quis, consequat blandit orci.

Shawls

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Headwear

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Scarves

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Gloves

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Regions

Himalaya

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

Eastern Steppe

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Western Steppe

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nature of cotton

Tula: A Return to India’s Regenerative Cotton Roots

As part of our series on cotton in community, we are honored to share this article produced by Harpreet Singh, exploring the connections between cotton, colonialism, cloth production, and community-based economies. As Harpreet writes, tula is a Sanskrit word that means cotton and also means balance or equilibrium. The vision and approach of this work — in the historical land base where cotton was first spun and woven — is a practical and inspiring model for local economies in the Fibershed community. “This was dyed using manjistha,” he explained, pointing to a spool of resplendent red cotton hanging outside between tall coconut trees. My interest was piqued; I was familiar with the herb manjistha (Indian red madder) as a renowned blood purifier in India’s Ayurvedic medicine tradition. I’d been searching for fabric dyed with beneficial plants rather than the endocrine-disrupting chemicals in most contemporary clothing. “No chemicals are used in the process. We do it all on our farm.” Nearby, beautiful blue, black, and yellow spools of cotton were drying, all dyed using natural herbs and plants. The rhythmic hum of hand-weaving illuminated the background.

Read More »