Each textile contains within it the story of tradition, a community of artisans and a slower way of making.MEET THE ARTISANS
Flashmob Fashion Show
July 8, 2023
11:00 a.m. - Marktplatz am Rathaus
11:30 a.m. - Beim Nonnenhaus 7
On Saturday, July 8, we celebrate the community of local fashion designers with a focus on sustainability, handmade and local.
Join us at 11:00 am at Tübingen's Marktplatz for a walk through the old town to the Nonnenhaus, where we will present our designs in a fashion show.
All are welcome!
Dona Sa Coffee will be there! Come taste their delicious coffee. Produced entirely by women, from bean to cup.
A collection of ten coordinated pieces that are custom dyed, woven and stitched by hand in micro batches in fabrics that tell stories.
Our designs seek to bring the wearer comfort, freedom of movement and a chance to experience the beauty of thoughtfully crafted handmade textiles.
A stunning collection of exclusive designs that celebrate the beauty of slow made fabrics and the freedom to move.
Made in partnership with artisans in India; handwoven, naturally dyed, ethically produced.
A bit of embroidery.
Contrast lining at the hemline, that reveals itself as you move.
Thoughtful details that make our clothing unique and personal.
To come together and share skills in community, create a vision and craft something of unique value by hand, narrate the story of its creation and then send it out into the world to be worn and loved is something we value highly.
Explore our hand block printed shawls, made in partnership with Sufiyan Khatri, a 10th generation Master Block Printer from Kachchh, Gujarat.
Our exclusive Kala cotton collection has been handwoven from a unique old world Indian cotton.
Kala cotton is an indigenous rainfed cotton from the arid Kachchh region of Gujarat, India. It is farmed without the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers.
The fabric has a breezy soft drape and slightly rustic hand, perfect for summer weather. Natural slubs give the fabric a beautiful depth of character.
Did you know that the average dress size in Europe is a German size 42/44? That's just above the largest size most mainstream brands create.
We want natural fibre and textile lovers to have access to mindfully crafted beautiful garments that fit well.
We invested a lot into perfecting our sizing, to fit a range of body shapes and sizes.
By creating our patterns using a fit model who represents the European average in Europe, we were able to produce garments with a more realistic fit, throughout our size range.
We currently have sizes 36 through 54, and hope to add more sizes next year.
We have a beautiful selection of handwoven and naturally dyed shawls suitable. Our collection includes custom woven shawls as well as curated pieces we have selected from our weaving partners in India.