What's in the details?

artisan textilesARTISAN TEXTILES
Our bags feature handmade textiles that honour age-old craft processes as well as new, innovative techniques.  Each collection of bags will feature textiles from a different travel adventure, and tell the stories of the amazing people who crafted them.  Learn more about tie dye, weaving, embroidery and block printing from Kutch!

gold nameplateGOLD IS A NAMEPLATE!
Shiny, happy brass tags made just for us at a renowned fair trade jewellery workshop near Delhi, and stitched on by the talented hands of ladies at our tailoring unit in Bangalore.

organic fair trade cottonORGANIC, FAIR TRADE COTTON
India's cotton farming industry is in crisis: read more about it here.  Supporting demand for fair trade and organic cotton enables more farmers to make the switch to happier, healthier, more sustainable processes.  The cotton we use for lining and backing our bags is 100% organic and fair trade certified.

Animal skins ain't our bag, baby.  Instead we use amazing Piñatex!  This brand-spanking-new vegan leather alternative uses pineapple leaf fibres that would otherwise go to waste, to provide an additional source of income for farmers in the Philippines.  It's tough, durable and not a single pineapple was harmed along the way.

Built to last!  A big chunky gold one on top and a neat little colour-coordinated one guarding all the treasures you keep in the inner pocket.  There is something so satisfying about the swoosh of a top-quality zip!

Too much plastic is not fantastic.  Our clutches come tucked inside drawstring bags made from fair trade, organic cotton, stamped with our logo by the awesome students at a vocational training centre for differently abled young adults in Bangalore.

fair trade stitchingSTITCHED WITH DIGNITY
All these exciting fabrics and trimmings make their way to Bangalore, where they are assembled into our rather special bags by a rather special team at a small fair trade tailoring unit.  Read more about the team here! SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave