Fabrics that echo the landscapes of their origin
Our collections are now available at BOTHO in Tübingen - Beim Nonnenhaus 7
A man holds a baby and looks towards a canyon in the sun

.....hinged upon the intersection between Land, People, and Process.

The Land:

For us, the land represents not only the origin landscape of the fibres we use in our fabrics, but also the artisans and producers who live there. When we speak of the land, we also mean our connection to the Earth as a community, including our impact on the soil, waterways, and air.

The People:

We see ourselves as part of a global community. One that fosters inclusivity, empowerment, and positive change within our world. Our community includes artisans and producers, wearer-preservers, and ourselves as the bridge between. 

The Process:

Traditional farming, handicraft and dyeing techniques, combined with creative, collaborative design. From Farm and Flock, to Frock. 


an artisan woman in India holds her grey wool knitting in front of mountain vista
shepherd traverses a river with a brown cow in India
artisan woman gazes at her weaving on a traditional floor loom in India