Meet The Makers

Flourish is an ecosystem of entrepreneurs, artisans, and values-driven businesses. Discover who they are and what they believe in!
Tamarind Chutney
Tamarind Chutney is a fresh, contemporary and quirky take on the beautiful age-old craft traditions native to the Indian subcontinent.
Zaina
Zaina by CtoK, an all-women-led social enterprise, working with small communities of craftspeople in faraway places, affected by decades of violence is a complex process with lots of challenges.
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.
P1000
Project 1000 has a range of Handwoven home decor & lifestyle articles like Floor Rugs, Cushions with fillers, Baskets, Totes, Slings, Place Mats, Bathroom mats, Laptop jackets, Bread Baskets, etc. All products are 100% cotton & easy to maintain. They...
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.
Why So Blue
Why So Blue is a small business started by mother-daughter duo Jaya and Shweta to make customizable clothing available to all.
Minus Degre
Minus Degre is a design firm that plays around with plastic waste, crafting household products, furniture and art objects. 
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.
Moral Fibre
MORALFIBRE creates fabrics and clothing without costing the earth. 
Ekatra
Ekatra was started by Minakshi & Aishwarya Jhawar, a mother-daughter duo, looking for mediums to express themselves.
Manish Saksena
MANISH SAKSENA is a brand created for the love of handloom & saree as a dress form. 
The Forest Child
The Forest Child reflects the life and beauty of the wilderness.
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.
Nimmit
"Nimmit is a Sanskrit word meaning a platform that connects people or brings people together.
SR by Sonali Raman
SR by Sonali Raman believes in slow fashion.