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We believe we can make a positive impact on women's lives through the products we make and opportunities we create.

Women Empowerment

We create our products in a cooperative structure, and actively re-invest back into the respective communities. Artisanal cooperatives help break the generation cycle of poverty for women, who are then able to send their children to school, improve their living conditions and nutrition, and expand their skills sets.


women artisans employed



of our artisans are paid above fair wages, providing year-round sustainable income


interest loans for women artisans to start and expand their enterprises


women benefitted from healthcare camps and hygiene & nutritional counseling workshops


women were provided with no cost skill training and materials to become entrepreneurs

Environmental Commitment

We are committed to eliminating harmful chemicals, reducing waste, spreading awareness, and becoming as sustainable as possible.

By using organic and natural fibers, we support clean air, water, and healthy working environments for our artisans and wildlife.
1630 oz
of toxic pesticides and herbicides kept off of land each year. We say "no" to harmful chemicals, pesticides, and herbicides.
all natural and low-impact
compostable dyes
1,900,000 L
of agricultural water saved anually
2,594 kg
of carbon dioxide kept out of the air each year
0 kwh
of electricity consumed to create handcrafted products

Revival of Indigenous Arts 

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We revive fading cultural heritage by harnessing the talent in women artisans by moving them from subsistence to having sustainable livelihoods. Our artisans use age-old techniques that are rooted in regionally-specific traditions. Our process preserves over 5000 years of design intelligence that if on the brink of extinction.

Eliminating Fast Fashion Ideals

We craft products that are made to last because the most sustainable way to live is to buy less. With that said, every step, from harvesting the crops to shipping is a fully holistic process - not harming the consumer or the maker, because comfort should never come at the cost of the people or the planet.