Who thought Eco-friendly apparel can find its soul mate in Bollywood? Well, Indigreen is just that – an elegant couture of Bollywood going green. Their products are 100% eco-friendly, made out of organic cotton, bamboo fabric and hand woven organic khadhi, with high-quality, non toxic and environment friendly colors. The company itself is ethical with promise of fair wages to the painting artists.
2) No nasties
A fashion brand that set out in the market with a mission; a strong moral and value system for Fair trade – “No genetically modified seeds, no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, no carcinogens, no high-interest loans, no child labor, no price exploitation, no suicides!”
Providing the customers not just variety in t-shirts but also sending a message of awareness that one simply can’t ignore without altering their styles or fashion taste. No-Nasties has range of interesting t-shirts that are trendy, organic and are out there to spread their mission.
3) Forty Red Bangles
Born out of the divine concept of marriage, this brand stands true to its name. Cultural, ethnic couture that is sustainable and plain elegant. The name is inspired by its creator, Ramona Saboo’s forty red wedding bangles, with a vision of creating beautiful designs that find their roots in traditional organic sources.
Quite unique, like its name (which means Mind-stream), is the idea of the brand. Like their unconventional designs and weaves is their journey. Collaborating with artists across the world for what they call “wearable art”, Samtana offers a wide range of organic t-shirts to choose from.
A global apparel brand creating organic and skin friendly fabrics that are made out of Natural dyes, Organic Fabric with designs that are pristine and modern. The fabric made from organic cotton, silk, bamboo organic as well with goodness of turmeric, madder, pomegranate, myrablam, beetroot etc.
From the land that has always been domicile of adroit artisans, Anokhi is committed to its work and ethics, maintaining honest relationships with artists and providing them support to work from their homes in Jaipur. One of the oldest brands in market that is been creating and promoting organic fashion, Anokhi is an expert in block printing with vegetable color dyes. Anokhi’s designs blend contemporary styles with bold striking graphics and colors.
Evolved from the ethics of non-violence, Bhu:sattva is as connected to the Earth as its name. With an idea to inculcate ethics and sustainability in the entire supply chain, and, thus, ensuring a Fair Trade Concept, Bhu:sattva started its journey with its core designing team and artisans, working together on the same platform. A Gujarat based organic clothing brand that makes use of fabric featuring natural fibers, they appeal to women and men, modern and cultural alike, with their wide variety and vibrant colors.
Fibers used in weaving these wonderful accouter are hemp, bamboo, organic cotton and silk , soya bean, modal, aloevera, banana, pineapple and milk protein fiber, flax, jute, khadi, etc., with colors oozing out of beetroot, pomegranate, henna, catechu, teak tree leaves, turmeric, madder red, kesu, haritaki, sewali flowers, indigo and more. Even the techniques utilized pay homage to the skilled artisans from ancient towns, through popular forms like hand embroidery, block printing and painting.
With a collection of cultural and vibrant saris and women garbs, Ethicus is an interesting brand that uses Apache Organic Cotton and Ahimsa Silk producing beautiful sarees, stoles and dupattas. Home to many animals, Ethicus has its cotton trails cutting cross Kabini Elephant Corridor and Annamalai Tiger Reserve, empowering weavers from the beautiful lands to cultivate cotton in harmony with surrounding nature allowing them to grow cotton in traditional ways avoiding pesticides and other harmful chemicals.