• Monika Shrivastava

    She / Her

    Creative Assistant

  • Mireia Lopez

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    Creative Director & CEO

  • Edna Chan

    She / Her

    Accounting & Advisor

  • Teresa Russell

    She / Her

    Freelance Researcher & Data Analytics


    The Emili Papirer Sewing Workshop and School is a nonprofit initiative of Fundacio Roure, located in the heart of Barcelona. In addition to making alterations to clothes for
    the residents of the neighborhood, productions for textile companies and courses for individuals, the Foundation has an important social task, as it allocates its income mainly to training people without resources derived from social entities to facilitate their socio-labor integration. Image by Circoolar


    The Barefoot College is a grassroots nonprofit organization and school of democracy promoting rural handicrafts since 1975, to both prevent the craft from dying and for the survival of craftspeople. The Barefoot College is connected with 5 districts and 48 villages of Rajasthan with a diverse group of artisans across community lines employing 250 artisans out of which around 235 are women who have been trained in various crafts, such stitching .The College implements Water, Health, Sanitation, Education, Solar and Communication. community based programs. The stitching creative team is comprise of Kailash Kawar (photo left) Pushpa, Nandu, Bradi Lal, Pokhar Mal, Roop Singh and more


    Anaprinta Studio is run by Master artisans Anup Chhipa with his growing new family and elders Damodar and Sushila Chhipa, one of the custodians of heritage Bagru printing for generations in the small town of Bagru where artisans has remained loyal to its creativity, history & culture


    The Studio is run by the Toringa artisan family in the town of Bagru. Neeta the matriach, Hitesh and Kailash, and with local artisans such as Manju, Sita, Mina and Taju Din. Their beautiful work can be seen in the form of colaborations with global brands, as well as their private collections of hand block printed Sarees and clothes.


    Since 2017, the Wabisabi Project has been working with natural age-old dye recipes under the guidance of master craftsman in Bagru. Rajasthan. The studio is run by Kritti and Avinash, their private textile collection is based on the core spirit of JamJam, adapting the classic motifs and patterns to contemporary textiles and following various steps of indigenous way of fabric pre-treatment. The team is comprise of, Shivraj Ji, Kamlesh Ji and Ashok (photo)


    Meeta Mastani, artist and co-founder of Bindaas Unlimited, has been collaborating with Chaubundy Studio in Kaladera Village, Jaipur for the past 27 years. The Chaubundi family are the fifth generation of printers and have been duly certified by AIACA (All India Artisans and Craftworkers Association) Their artistry can be seeing in the form of collborations and their own private ollections


    Community based nonprofit organization and Implementation partners Manthan Sanstha kotri, working on diverse local issues related to Sustainable Developments such as water , energy and education, along with empowering excluded communities in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

Hello! work day in Bagru with Hitesh of Shankar Hand Block Printers