Industrialized Textile Systems
The rise of “fast fashion” has made the global textile and apparel industry one of the most resource-intensive industries in the world. Globally, humans consume about 80 billion new pieces of clothing every year, which is 400% more than the amount we consumed just 20 years ago. From generating mounds of waste to fostering unethical labor practices, the fashion industry is also the second largest polluter. The harsh chemicals released during industrial dyeing damages aquatic systems and makes drinking water dangerous.
Solution: We carefully source the recycled material, organic fibers, and natural dyes used to handcraft our products. Each of our one-of-a-kind quilts is made using up-cycled saris. We believe by being thoughtful and innovative, we can begin to offset the damage to our planet.