Meet The Makers

Flourish is an ecosystem of entrepreneurs, artisans, and values-driven businesses. Discover who they are and what they believe in!
Folkweave
Folkweave is a sustainable tribal enterprise that involves the whole family in the process of production to reduce the carbon footprint. 
See Sow
See Sow arose from a shortage of resources for instilling positive mental health in children, particularly during and after the pandemic.
Maayu
Maayu undergarments are specifically designed for well-being, using minimal resources. They do not use chemical dyes, synthetic fiber or spandex. Everything is made from only 100% organic cotton. All the products are made out of certified organic cotton - unbleached...
Solayi
Solayi is an Indian artisanal jewelry brand based out of Jaipur. It was created with a desire to create unique accessories and jewellery. 
Black Baza Coffee Co.
Black Baza Coffee Co. is an interdisciplinary specialty coffee roastery. They facilitate meaningful and empowered market experiences for smallholder coffee growers. The grassroots work builds on traditional ecological knowledge and strengthens farming practices that conserve biodiversity and local ecosystems.
Merakus
‘Merakus’ is derived from the word Meracus, which means Pure, and it is also the essence of the brand. 
Something Sustainable SOS
Something Sustainable (SOS) is an organic clothing brand.
Sepia Stories
Sepia Stories is a sustainable fashion clothing brand promoting conscious consumption. 
Kaisori
Kaisori is a celebration of Indian culture and storytelling as seen through ancient crafts.
Whitewater Kids
Whitewater was established by a team of spirited women in 2017.
Indigo Amour
Indigo Amour is a sustainable fashion brand started in 2018.
House Of Moxa
House of Moxa is driven by the vision to create timeless and distinct silhouettes that cut across all generations.
Himadri Hans Handloom
“Himadri-Hans Handloom” (HHH) is an initiative of The Hans Foundation, a non-profit organization, working in collaboration with the Government of Uttarakhand.
GreenFootPrint
GFP’s zero waste journey made them realize that each one has the power to make a big difference, but most of us are clueless about it!
Dhatu Design Studio
This classic menswear label seamlessly decodes utilitarian designs with its minimalist and purpose-driven design approach: reimagining the realm of contemporary fashion. 
Dharang
With a vision to encapsulate Indian heritage arts and crafts in tandem with trends, Dharang is driven by slow and mindful fashion.
Dhaaga
Born from the spirit of living with less, “Dhaaga” is an environmentally and socially conscious brand that unifies comfort with beauty and community while following a zero plastic and zero-waste philosophy.
Cotton Rack
Cotton Rack is a Jaipur based conscious clothing brand with its core in handspun & handwoven natural fabrics.
Chamomile Home
The Chamomile Home offers comfort wear clothing that is minimally designed in breathable, lightweight, Handspun Cotton Khadi fabric. 
Bindu Giri
Bindu Giri works with heavenly silks, exquisite Kanchivaram weaves, Ikats, Jamdanis, and more
Baka
Baka is a holistically sustainable jewelry brand.
B Label
B Label is a greener route for Fashion and Living.
Arte Alter
Arte-Alter is an eco-friendly fashion & lifestyle label which promotes sustainability and social responsibility as its core design philosophy.
Agro Composites
Agro Composites have a range of eco-friendly, anti-microbial tableware.
Parijat
Parijat is a fervent advocate of slow fashion and was started with a vision to craft a product that is all earthy and attached to the roots with women empowerment at its core.
Miko Lolo
Miko Lolo strives to create a sustainable clothing alternative, wrapped in colourful prints, inspired by exciting themes. 
SaralSutra
SaralSutra is a Delhi based brand, started in 2021, with the aim to make evergreen, sustainable and minimal fashion. They work to make pure and practical clothing that remains fun and multipurpose. They focus on making their clothing from 100%...
Saltpetre
With the aim to make sustainable products accessible and a part of everyday lives, Saltpetre is driven to create minimal effortless designs.
Windie
Windie is focused on a comfort-first approach and unequivocally stands for sourcing well-monitored, low-impact and certified sustainable fabrics of the highest quality that are better for the wearers and the workers.
Rias Jaipur
Rias Jaipur is an initiative to keep handmade techniques alive in a contemporary market.
Young Earthlings
Young Earthlings is a brand born with a notion to provide clean and green clothing and essentials for children right from the time they set foot on the planet.
Ekatra
Ekatra was started by Minakshi & Aishwarya Jhawar, a mother-daughter duo, looking for mediums to express themselves.
Kattoos
Kattoos has a range of handcrafted, do-it-yourself resources made from natural materials like terracotta. The word Kattoos is derived from the Kannada word Kattu which means ‘to build’. The newest product line of Kattoos terracotta miniature bricks is a fun,...
Riti
Riti aims at providing an ethical solution for bags and accessories.
Kilmora
Kilmora is Kumaun Grameen Udyog’s (KGU) product brand. KGU works on sustainable livelihoods in rural Kumaon in the Uttarakhand Himalayas.
Ecokaari
EcoKaari is committed to giving back to the communities where weavers and artisans live and work, to bring a meaningful positive change through empowerment programs.
SR by Sonali Raman
SR by Sonali Raman believes in slow fashion.
Neev
Neev Herbal Handmade Soaps is a Social Enterprise based in the village of Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. 
The Mango Tree
The Mango Tree combines a love for sustainable design and generating livelihoods for women in rural India.
Madder Much
Madder Much is a women’s resort clothing brand that is inspired by the Mediterranean colors and is homegrown in India.
Sonica Sarna
Sonica Sarna is an ethical designer and educator who creates limited edition slow fashion pieces using sustainable, artisanal, and fair trade materials.
Ikriit'm
Working for a cause, for a solution through ‘slow living and better fashion’ is reflected in IKRIIT’M’s work and philosophy.
Maatie
Maatie means soil in Hindi, which for Maatie represents the thought of rebuilding the world from scratch. 
Lotus Veda
Lotus Veda is all about handmade fabrics, home textiles, & sustainable clothing.
WomenWeave
WomenWeave connects threads of Maheshwar’s history and intangible cultural heritage with sustainable employment for local women today by creating a uniquely dynamic mix of training and technical innovation for weavers to produce cloth of the highest quality and linking them to receptive markets.
Paiwand
"Paiwand Lagana“ is a local common phrase in India, which means to patch or repair.
Paperwings
PAPER WINGS is an environment-friendly product brand that endorses unique, upcycled, and sustainable products for everyday use.
Kabbish
Kabbish- a brand that brings forth the craft of black pottery as jewelry to adorn oneself.
Aagghhoo
Inspired by the happy gurgling sound made by babies, the word ‘Aagghhoo’ is a joyful expression of babyhood.
Treewear
TreeWear's aim is to create products that are good for people as well as the planet.
Mura Collective
Mura Collective was started in 1998 by Kusum Tiwari and Prabha Gahtori, as a response to experiencing the lack of workplaces for women and people with special needs.
Wear Equal
Wear Equal is India’s first upcycled intimate wear brand for women.
Anantaya
An interdisciplinary award-winning lifestyle design studio and enterprise committed to the development of ideas using traditional crafts.
Earthwhile
Earthwhile makes comfortable clothing with consciously sourced plant fibers that are woven on handlooms in India.
Thela
Théla is a circular fashion and lifestyle brand. They handcraft honest, ethical fashion and home accessories by bringing together discarded plastic and traditional crafting skills. They strive to be circular and are transparent about everything we do, so you can make a positive impact with every purchase.
Fairkraft Creations
The Fairkraft Creations brand stands for quality, safety, and great design.
Umang
Umang or the Mahila Umang Producer Company started as a producer company forged by SHGs.
Bun.kar Bihar
Bun.Kar Bihar is the retail brand of Srijani Foundation launched in October 2018. The goal was to showcase the pure hand skills of rural communities of spinners, weavers, and embroidery artisans of Bihar.
P-TAL
P-TAL or the Punjabi Thathera Art Legacy is built around the belief that “Legacy is not leaving something for people; it is leaving something in people”.
Blue Lotus
Blue Lotus is an ensemble of next generation entrepreneurs, designers, dyers, weavers, weaver organizations -who are fully engaged with and proud of being associated with traditional practices of handcrafting.
Greenkraft
Incubated by Industree Crafts Foundation, GreenKraft Pvt.
Khamir
Khamir in Kachchhi means “intrinsic pride”, and that’s what they stand for.
Patrah
Patrah is a slow fashion clothing brand. Vegan, eco-friendly and artisanal.
Last Forest
Last Forest, registered in the year 2010, is a profit-hybrid institution incubated by an NGO – Keystone Foundation – that provides marketing solutions to primary producer groups and communities that are working on forest and agriculture products that are natural, wild, and local. 
Kadam Haat
Kadam Haat is one of a kind basketry barn bringing together natural fiber products for the conscious consumer looking for sustainable products for everyday use. You can find Kitchenware, Tableware, Bags, Baskets, Storage, Home Décor, Mats made of Natural Fibre...
Kubsa
Kubsa uses design as a catalyst for change in the handloom sector in the North Karnataka region.
Creative Bee
Founded in Hyderabad, India in 1996 Creative Bee is a sustainable business in hand-crafted textiles & fashion.
Avani
In the remote valleys of the Indian Himalayas, abundant in natural resources but scarce in sustainable rural livelihood opportunities, Avani works with the rural community of Kumaon, part of the Indian state of Uttarakhand, in an inclusive manner.
Jayati Goenka
As a brand of artisanal elevated basics “Jayati Goenka” - is a call to just pause, untangle & value the details.
Iro Iro
Iro Iro upcycles silk waste procured from local textiles and market places, which would otherwise be burned as fuel or sent to the landfill.