Long Bell Dress
Features of Hemp:
Organic, Vegan & Cruelty-Free –
Hemp is a form of Cannabis Sativa. Clothes made of hemp under our franchise have a zero-carbon footprint. One hectare of hemp agronomy can take in 22 tons of carbon dioxide from the air.The cultivation of hemp doesn’t require any pesticides; thus, it’s free from harmful chemicals. Research says that hemp is capable of protecting skin from harmful UV rays. People with both normal and sensitive skin can wear hemp-made clothes effortlessly.Clothes made from hemp are long-lasting and to some extent reusable as well. They have natural antimicrobial properties which safeguard it from microbes. This component even makes it preventive against the growth of odor-generating bacteria and fungus. Despite being lightweight, they are tough, strenuous, and breathable.It is seen that the cultivation of hemp demands less land and water consumption in comparison to cotton. Hemp takes half land of cotton breeding and results in three times higher production. Research shows that helping cultivation can actually save many water resources in the long run. It recoups corrosion of the topsoil caused for logging.
Weaved with precision and intricate hand embroidery, a fashion that is designed by the Indian Craftsman - connecting you with nature in every thread. Come explore a new age of style that is versatile and unique in every sense.
Make hemp a part of your story. We bet you are gonna definitely fall in love.
Minimal Waste –
Hemp has a 0 Carbon footprint. It is the ultimate healing catalyst having the powerful ability to bring our soil back to life by absorbing carbon and nitrogen out of the air and putting it back into the soil!Its cultivation doesn’t require any pesticides.Hemp demands less land and water consumption in comparison to cotton or any other crop.It helps in improving soil health by shading out weeds-reducing the need for synthetic herbicides and adding diversity to crop rotation.To avoid dead stock our production is made to order. We try to make use of the majority of our fabric waste by creating masks and accessories out of it.