Can Clothes Emote? A Conversation with Nivi Murthy and Rhea Gupte of IKKIVI about Building a Sanctuary for Indian Slow Fashion

IKKIVI is a unique and beautifully curated online destination for sustainable fashion design from India, and, in the words of its founder and curator Nivi Murthy, “a portal to take a deeper breathe, to be mindful of the little things, to engage in meaningful conversations, and to shop slowly”. 

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A Conversation with Rahua founder Fabian Lliguin about Hair, Supporting Indigenous Rights, and the Power of Nature

Fabian Lliguin and partner Anna Ayers founded Rahua with a simple goal in mind: create all-natural hair products that achieve better results than their synthetic counterparts while empowering indigenous communities of the Amazon and preserving the future of the rainforest.

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Olderbrother, Dancing Barefoot At First Light

Inspired by the slow food movement, Olderbrother’s aim is to create healthy “farm-to-body” garments using planet-friendly materials such as Tencel, hemp, Himalayan yak wool, “Cleaner Cotton” from California’s Sustainable Cotton Project, and Washi, a Japanese fabric made from rice paper.

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