Our Suppliers

Synergy Organic Clothing 

Synergy is a family run business in the United States. Together they have been able to fuse their passion for clothing design and the care of our planet, by creating a sustainable business model that is cared for with great love and dedication. Synergy is committed to using the highest quality organic materials, which protects the farmers who grow the organic cotton, the people who knit and create the fabrics, everyone who works on cutting and sewing and packing their clothing. Synergy has gone onto helping empower people in Nepal , particularly women and children by giving back to non profit groups in Nepal.


Freeset is a fair trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata's sex trade. Every woman who finds freedom through Freeset also brings freedom to her family. They find hope for a brighter future and the means to make it a reality. The women are paid around twice the going rate for an equivalent job elsewhere and as part of their employment package have health insurance and a pension plan. A woman is employed full-time to ensure that staff are able to access their health insurance entitlements.


Established in 2004, Parade clothing is made using only the softest, most durable organic cotton. Their collection is produced fair trade in beautiful India. Parade's organic cotton is 100% GOTS certified, the Global Organic Textile Standard - the highest in the industry, so you know you're getting the real thing. Parade has been designing their fabrics and graphics since they began, and it's what they became known for.

Juhi Malhotra

Juhi is a young designer in India. Her label revolves around handcrafted techniques used to create fashion and lifestyle products. The wide and unique range showcases a good design infused with love and takes you back to childhood.  Each product is hand crafted with utmost finesse, with up-cycled cords and fabric, so as to cater to a market that loves art and wants to flaunt it too. The products have an intrinsic textural quality as there is a good mix of materials using fabric, strings, wood and ceramic.


Designer Vrinda Gokhale was heavily inspired by her mother's taste in fashion. At 18 years of age what started as a hobby, rapidly developed into a passion. Vrinda drew inspiration from Gypsy, African and Egyptian jewellery, as well the colourful and psychedelic influence of the 60's and 70's era. Made with recycled paper, she has tried to make her collection environmentally friendly. If handled with care these pieces can last a long time.