Love the World Today makes quality clothing for kids in a socially and environmentally responsible way. Our clothes are made with natural fibres, organic fabrics, fabrics hand woven by artisans and weavers across the country. Our dyes are herbal and low impact on the environment - All this while caring for everyone and everything involved in the process. Because we, just like you, want our kids to care about the little big things in life. Designed and made in India, Love the World Today is founded by sister duo Dipti and Dipna.
Maati by Neha Kabra
Maati: A name driven from the power of soil which withholds the basic existence of nature.
Maati by Neha Kabra is a label for women's wear originated in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Maati works on efficiency and expression brought together to bring forward pure and effortless designs fit to bring the best out in any silhouette. Our designs believe in embracing the real you and letting go of your inhibitions.
Maati is also an environmentally friendly, PETA verified brand. At every step of production, the agenda of minimum wastage and sustainability is borne in mind.
Neha Kabra a girl who saw design with nature. Always believed in amalgamation and co-existence without troubling any individual or nature involved.
She learned and was guided by some of the best teachers all around the world. Completed her graduation from Raffles and holds a post-graduation certification from Central Saint Martins is here with Maati which is one of the things she is doing to follow her practice of creating responsibly.
The Narration focuses on exploring the women's wear market keeping an eye on sustainable fashion, details, colors, and quality. We specialize in geometric paneling & color-blocking and love to source exceptional fabrics from different markets to create simple yet one of a kind clothing that is modern and chic. Each piece is tailored to the customer’s needs and customized accordingly. This makes us unique in the western wear segment with an affordable price range. Founded by Namrata Kalani, a fashion designer, and entrepreneur with a piqued interest in women’s western wear clothing. Namrata loves colors and patterns right from the beginning and wants 'The Narration' to be known for this signature style in the near future.
PA.NI is a sustainable swimwear brand that wants to normalise swimsuits by offering classic cuts specially designed for South Asian bodies.
Our swimsuits are made from Econyl, a yarn developed from recycled nylon fishing nets and other plastic waste found in the ocean. In addition to being environmentally conscious, PANI products feature artisanal details handmade by local artisans in an effort to support the cottage industry in India.
Empowering consumers and producers alike, PANI Swimwear is a uniquely Indian brand.
Our vision to create sustainable clothing at affordable prices resulted in the birth of Sparrow, founded by Shubhangi Misra and Akshat Kumar. We aim at making clothes that not only stay longer but also stay close to the heart of our wearer.
At Sparrow, we believe that in an outfit, comfort is as essential as style. We carefully choose ethical fabrics like handwoven cotton, lyocell and cotton linen with comfort being our topmost priority, and the rest is left in the hands of our designers who make sure that the fabrics take shape into beautiful styles, giving our customers a wholesome experience in affordable prices.
We create timeless clothing that can be worn easily almost anywhere. Whether you’re hustling at work or enjoying a balmy afternoon with your friends, whether you are at home or on vacation, we make sure that you are living every moment of it, while looking your best.
Chambray & Co.
At Chambray & Co. we combine modern aesthetics using the Indian woman's inherited expertise in needlework to up-cycle and recycle textile that has been spilled out of the system. Our aesthetic is best described as a marriage between the past and the future with a splash of humour.
We create high street apparel using globally relevant but locally produced textiles, as a canvas to paint stories with varied Indian craft techniques. With the philosophy of controlling mindless consumption, we design for the socially conscious global consumer. Hence our garments are artisanal yet practical, affordable but designed to last as they transcend trends and seasons giving the client freedom to style and explicate every piece to interpret it in an unorthodox way each time.
Founded by Shivani Gandhi, Ito is an ethical brand that embraces the concepts of slow and conscious living in the fast paced city of Mumbai. A blend of these concepts, result in the making of contemporary and timeless silhouettes she calls, “fuss free clothing for well lived days”.
Ito meaning ‘yarn’ in Japanese, believes in providing purity in it’s products right from where it all starts – the yarn. The same is achieved by practicing ethical and fair trade,
supporting local artisans and striving towards providing employment
to housewives, hence making them self – independent.
Our design philosophy revolves around minimalism, simplicity and creating clothes that are independent of time, crafted with sustainable fabrics in muted and neutral tones. Each garment goes through multiple hands at different stages that put in days of hard work to make one finished product, before it is packed with love for its forever home.
Patch Over Patch
The vision is to turn everyday life into a creative space that inspires one to be original. But without taking a toll on the environment. Let nature relax while we revel in originality. So we up-cycle surplus leftover industrial fabrics, currently from Surat & Ahmedabad textile market, to create lifestyle garments. Each piece is a curated mix of fabrics and goes through the unique design cycle. Our products offer individuality as each is one of its kind.
Kavisha, founder of PatchOverPatch is captivated by the composition formed by a variety of shapes, textures, and colors emerging from diverse leftover industrial fabrics. So she decided to solve that puzzle to find a meaningful design. The constraint of this process, called up-cycling, inspired her to go into the depth of it. There originated the seed of PatchOverPatch, where they to aspire to replace ephemeral fashion by timeless originality.