‘LOVE GREEN-BELIEVE IN ETHICS’

Hand spun, hand-woven, hand-embroidered, and hand-made from beginning to the finished result. Sanyukta combines these elements throughout her collections to highlight their exclusive and unique appeal through figure flattering silhouettes. After receiving the fabric, she allows it to speak for itself- twisting and turning it to the desired level of tactility before she begins to sketch. The ethical and ecological aspect of her design and manufacturing process in no way means that the styling and luxury has been compromised, ensuring that care has been taken in every stage of creating.

HAND SPINNING

-The art of twisting and drawing out fibres to create yarn.

HAND SPUN

The organic hemp, bamboo and cotton used across our collections contain fibres that are hand spun to create a yarn that can be turned into fabric. We work with social organisations in Nepal to provide jobs for marginalised women and keep the artisan craft alive. The practice requires a lot of skill and patience, however, the rewards of using this ethical production technique are great, and avoid the high energy consumption that steam or electric powered spinning would otherwise use.

Hand Spinning

HAND LOOMED

We use the intricate craft of hand looming in creating the fabrics in our collection that are made from bamboo fibres and organic cotton. These are sourced from Nepalese villagers and local women who tirelessly weave these natural fibres with a great amount of energy and patience. These resources are combined with the rest of the collection fabrics that come from certified ethical and fairtrade suppliers in England.

HAND LOOMING IN NEPAL HAS THOUSANDS YEARS OF HISTORY

‘The women of the village have been hand weaving fabrics for centuries and I am personally very connected with them as these weavers make the beautiful organic fabrics used in my wedding dress collection.’
-Sanyukta Shrestha

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