Built in New York and bred in New Delhi, Swiatlo is an international fashion brand with a love for global craft and cultural exchange. We believe in unabashed self-expression via uniquely designed and ethically produced small batch collections
Our mission is twofold: to adorn you in high-quality well-designed colorful forever pieces, and to contribute to sustaining indigenous craft techniques while supporting women makers in India. We are honored to have you with us on this journey!
Production Partners: StitchingKnow More
MasterG centers around India train women for highly-skilled careers such as master tailoring and entrepreneurship. Gradutes will often open and run their own satellite units from which MasterG will commission client projects such as our 2022 blockprinted City Slip dresses.
Women Fiber to Fashion
Women Fiber to Fashion is an NGO stitching unit in Delhi employing survivors of human trafficking. They participate in skills training and find livelihood through the organization. WFTF beautifully crafts all our upcycled saree kaftans.
Stockists: Exclusive styles available at these global boutiques
The Canvas NYC
250 Bowery, NYC, USA
"The Slowest Fashion in Town"
The Canvas stocks purpose-driven brands which fulfill a variety of the UN's sustainable development goals. Find our patchwork upcycled denim wrap jackets, unisex blockprint mix shirts and select resaree styles in-store and online
New Jersey, USA
The Rays Together online marketplace showcases a variety of products from vetted social enterprises providing economic development opportunities to artisan communities. Exclusive one-of-a-kind upcycled saree kaftan styles available on their platform.
The world's first platform for upcycled fashion. Our upcycled saree collection launched on ReFash: one-of-a-kind shrug styles stitched by MasterG womens' unit in Okhla, New Delhi.
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Ajrakh is a special form of hand block printing from the Sindhi region, a technique dating back three thousand years, in the remote Kutchi desert area of Gujarat, Western India. Our ajrakh fabrics for POLYCHRONIC were created by artisan printer Afzel Khatri.
We see previously used and discarded textiles as a vessel for stories and intrigue which we then stitch together anew. Our patchworked pieces are made from a colorful motley crew of recycled fabrics and deadstock blockprints from small shops. Our ongoing JOYFUL MOVEMENT collection is crafted from sarees.
Delhi is home to a plethora of international fabric suppliers. Often they end up with extra or unordered fabric in their storage areas which we happily take off their hands. Our black corduroy fabrics from POLYCHRONIC are deadstock meters.