Fashion with a Conscience
Azadi Project's fashion line combines style and substance for the socially conscious and environmentally aware fashionista.
From hand loomed patterns and intricate chrochetwork to natural dyes and eco friendly fabrics, Azadi Project's original concepts feature clothing and accesories that beautifully merge contemporary style with cultural elements.
Artisans and Culture
Thanapara Swallows is located in a rural village in the Northwestern part of Bangladesh on the riverbank Padma (Ganges). During the liberation war in 1971, this quiet and peaceful village was forever changed....Read more
AHAN (Aik Hunar Aik Nagar) which translates to "One Village, One Product," was initiated in 2006, under Small Medium Enterprise Development Authority (SMEDA). Within the short period of just one year, AHAN had actively started working in all four provinces of Pakistan and officially became an NGO....Read more
Ikat (ee-kat) is considered one of the oldest forms of textile decoration. This ancient technique produces stunning and unique patterns on a range of textiles such silk, cotton and velvet. Due to it's ancient past and it's prominence in textile design throughout numerous regions, the exact origin of this technique remains unknown....Read more