We follow the concept of BORO in the studio. The Japanese term “Boro” loosely means ‘too good to waste’.
Each of our bags are made with leftover stories of past collections, and reinforced with leather. Hence each bag is a single edition piece wherein the patched fabrics are composed and stitched based on the requirement of the particular bag pattern. No two bags will ever be the same or will have repeats.
It is also an extension of our idea of sustainability. Every product/ fabric in this case, should have a lifetime much beyond its limited scope as mere items of “fashion trends”. We believe in making items that become classics in your wardrobe and stand the test of time. The idea behind our upcycled series was to reuse each of the fabrics that we had woven, such that their lifetime goes beyond that particular season for which the original fabrics were conceived for.