The Khadi Collection

In the early twentieth century, Mahatma Gandhi encouraged local weavers to produce khadi during India's non-violent movement for independence. Our khadi's cotton is sourced and handspun by rural artisans in Kerala, then handwoven into fabric in Bengal, an area that specializes in fine-weight weaving. The handwoven nature of the entire process produces a naturally breathable fabric that has an inherently weightless feel.