And a few items we love..

Green has become the new black. Its time we shift our focus towards being green, towards being ethical and reducing the damage to the environment.

Ethical Fashion is basically it’s designing, sourcing and manufacturing clothes in a way that benefits people and communities while minimizing impact on the environment.

Ethical Fashion falls into all into three categories, social, environmental and commercial.

So we decided to give you a few ethical fashion buys, so you can keep them in mind the next time you go shopping. A big shout out to the handful of designers and social entrepreneurs who have taken it upon themselves to change the status quo of fast fashion and its impact on the environment and the garment workers. We need more like you. We really do.

Keep scrolling to see the Ethical Fashion items we’ve picked for you


Handwoven Shirt Dress from Glassroot by Anita Dongre INR 7834

Stay chic in stripes! This handwoven cotton shirt dress features a mandarin collar with a front-open placket. There is a mix of horizontal and vertical stripes, with minimal black thread detailing on the collar and back yoke and a stripe fabric belt to enhance the waist—this dress is just what you need to make a fashion statement.


This wedding season go ethical! This beautiful saree features a natural color handwoven saree in cotton silk base with grey and black lehar pattern around the hem and blue border at the corners.
The ‘Vreni’ skirt is in a classic pencil skirt body with a mesh panel overlay, bordered with a beaded trim, in the front showcasing an intricate embellishment technique. The skirt’s sleek cut is balanced with the season’s repetitive “glitch” motif.