Kala Cotton is one of the few genetically pure cotton species in India. Produced with full respect for what nature has to offer, it is cultivated sustainably by small producers without pesticides or fertilizers. From farmers to artisans, its production supports various local communities.
Arts support. You’ll be not only providing better working conditions to some artisans in India, as keeping these ancestral and manual techniques alive.
Unique. Being a slow fashion concept means that, among other things, we produce a limited number of pieces. It’s very unlikely that you cross somebody else with a shirt like yours!
Please kindly note that slowing shirts are hand-printed. Every piece assumes different shades, getting an artisanal feeling. That’s why they’re so special and unique.
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2 to 5 working all over Europe and USA. Free shipping over 75€ / CHF We are based in Switzerland and have a warehouse in Portugal; this way, we can easily cover the shipping.
shipping costs Free shipping over 75€/75CHF. Otherwise: 6€ / CHF - Switzerland, Germany, and Portugal 10€ /CHF - worldwide, except in the countries mentioned above.
Additional charges: To get a tracking number, the courier charges 12€, which we consider a high value. Therefore, we decided to offer 50% of this amount to all the clients who would like it.
Hand-wash your clothes in cold water. They’re handcrafted and may be treated with the same delicacy as any other art piece.
You may wash them with soft soap, such as ph. neutral or organic soap nuts. You may find them on our website.
Wash your hand-printed clothes separately, and don’t let them soak for long.
Protect your clothes from direct sunlight and store them in the dark.
If you’re using organic soap nuts, you may place them with the bag in cold water and shake them. It will immediately release saponine, and you can then deep your clothes in. They are quite effective even in cold water.
If you feel that your clothes are already too dirty, you can boil your soap nuts first and use that water once it’s cold.