We aim to constantly reduce our carbon footprint by using eco-conscious materials. We are also mindful of our supply chain and place importance on ethical labor practices. We want to make things that do the right thing.
We design with minimalism, functionality and sustainability in mind. Less is more when weâ€™re taking from the environment. We work with some of the best artisans who craft our product with extreme care and skill. Theyâ€™re all perfectionists and lucky for you, would never let a product leave until it passes all their tests.
SDG1: No Poverty, SDG3: Good health and Wellbeing, SDG6: Clean Water and Sanitation, SDG7: Affordable and Clean Energy, SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth,SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production, SDG16: Peace Justice and Strong Institutions.
Kapraãha India is a homegrown and sustainable clothing label - designed and styled by Anushree Saraf of Jaipur, India- a city that boasts of a rich heritage of textile and craftsmanship. KAPRAÃHA is a Persian/Urdu version of the word ‘Kapra’ which means ‘Fabric’.We are a label that believes in the language of sustainability, of the power of handmade, of skill and of providing high comfort fashion with the most delicate, luxurious and sustainable fabrics.
Kapraãha was born from the idea of paying homage to the beautiful craft of hand block printing, incorporating the know-how of highly-skilled local artisans- whose families have been forwarding their craft, generations after generations. Apart from working with artisans from Amer, Sanganer and Bagru - the textile villages of Rajasthan, as well as from Kutch, Gujrat, Anushree also aims to contribute to the livelihood of many women by nurturing their skills of 'silai' (stitching) and 'bunai' (weaving).
25.98 K. Grams
*Compared to conventional cotton and traditional practices. Learn more
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