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Black and Cream Top

 2,475.00

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Black and cream top with gathering at bottom and full sleeves made in hand-spun and hand-woven cotton by artisinal clusters based in Bihar, Bengal and Odisha.

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SDG 1- No Poverty, SDG 2- Zero Hunger, SDG 11- Sustainable cities and communities, SDG 12- Responsible Consumption, SDG 17- Partnership for the Goals

All cotton fabrics used by wovhan are 100% hand-spun cotton and hand – weaved fabric which is certified and manufactured by different weaving clusters across nation. Made in better working conditions with living wages, no child labor, freely chosen employment and respect for the environment.

The luxury hand – spun garment line, founded in Patna, Bihar and now retailing across the world has ‘consolidated its roots in handloom & hand – spun’ as the versatile textile finds a place in each collection.

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“Wovhan by Sumit Saurya” is a humble initiative by Sumit Saurya towards the glory of Khadi and their weavers that celebrates Bihar’s handloom heritage with a modern twist. Carefully constructed with details such as frills, rues, and tucks, they make their clothes a must-have wardrobe essential. Their collection also includes stable pieces that are not just comfortable but also stylish and trendy.

Impact Index

12.21 K. Grams

CO2 Prevented

30.61 Litres

Water Conserved

89.5 Grams

Chemicals Prevented

100.27 Hours

Energy Saved

*Compared to conventional cotton and traditional practices. Learn more

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