Fay Romper

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Fay Romper

 8,700.00

Cross A Line

How to measure
Cross A Line Women

Blue floral printed with azo free shades on hand spun and hand woven denim romper with crew neck front button-up commended with a wide belt and blue channeling.

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Description

A sustainable denim oriented brand working with Khadi denim, handloom denim, silk denim handcrafted with utmost dedication and craftsmanship treating them with various techniques .

The brand provides its employees with workshops to teach them methods of zero waste production and scrap utilisation, no child labour or forced labour is employed, pay fair prices to workers and ensure good working conditions. Cross A Line also makes sure to use only 1litre of water per piece and use natural or azo free dyes for their dyeing process. They make it a point to recycle the water and the scraps from their production process.

SDG 4 – Quality Education, SDG 6 – Clean water and Sanitation, SDG 8 – Decent work and Economic growth, SDG 10 – Reduced Inequalities, SDG 11- Sustainable cities and Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 14 – Life below water, SDG 17 – Partnerships for Goals.

Additional information

Color

White

Gender

Female

Size

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Product Care

Dry Clean

Fabric Type

Cotton

Print Type

Brand

Cross a Line

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Created by Vaishale Mittal, New Delhi-based designer, “Cross a Line” is a handcrafted, sustainable denim-oriented brand that works with Khadi denim, handloom denim, and silk denim.  Dynamic detailing, exquisite textures, sustainable but luxurious fabrics combined with rugged, statement denim essentials form the underlying brand ethos.  In its true sense, the label is inspired by and created for the women Crossing A line.

Impact Index

14.55 K. Grams

CO2 Prevented

36.48 Litres

Water Conserved

94 Grams

Chemicals Prevented

119.47 Hours

Energy Saved

*Compared to conventional cotton and traditional practices. Learn more

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