Stephanie is very talented in creating the designs of our items, as she mixes our wild tribal fabrics with timeless classic styles.
We create ritual and ceremony clothing with medical vedic plant prints, energetic clothing, sustainable and fair ethno and tribal fashion for conscious people who value sustainability and craftsmanship.
We have worked with medicinal and healing patterns from all around the world, and are deeply inspired by indigenous tribal aesthetics. All our medicinal patterns are hand-drawn and designed by us with love and gratitude to the healing and deep wisdom of mother nature.” (Stephanie & Johannes)
We donate a percentage of each item sold to an aid project in Varanasi, India, which gives street children the opportunity of an education and humane living conditions. A very good friend of ours in Austria is one of the founders of this project and thus we can attest to the fantastic work they are developing. The project is called Basic Human Needs.” (Stephanie & Johannes)
We develop many different patterns for our printing blocks and only select some of them at the end of the creative process. All are hand-drawn by us. We respect the meaning and tradition of indigenous patterns and never use an original pattern from any tribe.
We work hand-in-hand with our tailor from the first until the last day of our production cycle. I (Johannes) print the patterns by hand between four and eight weeks every year and together we develop each pattern, cut every single piece of fabric (mostly by hand with scissors), sew each button and wash hundreds of meters of fabrics by hand in buckets (mostly in Austria because here we have enough water to avoid wasting clean water in India).
The family we are working with in India live in a small village in Rajasthan, India, close to Jaipur. Our jersey clothes are 100% made in Austria by a tailor in Salzburg and are made of 100% organic cotton from a German company.” (Stephanie & Johannes)