Who Makes Our Clothes:
At the House of Eunice, we have three in house Slow Fashion labels – these are the people who make our clothes….
Noor – Eco block prints
- The company we work with have a Purpose-built printing unit with good natural light and air circulation and lots of space.
- They wash all fabric in plant enzymes before printing instead of using bleach.
- They recycle 80% of its water using a digester that harnesses plant enzyme technology to remove toxins and return the water to a reusable state.
- They have a purpose built oven to cook the fabric after printing to fix the dyes into the fabric to make it machine washable and as an alternative to using an acid bath.
- All dyes are ISO free or natural dyes like indigo.
- Wages are some of the highest for block printers in this whole region.
Our stitching Unit for Noor:
Simon Marks is our talented atelier who does our pattern making and grading of the sizes also oversees our production at a socially accountable (fair trade) stitching unit based in Jaipur.
We work with a village outside of Jaipur, where our fabrics are all Kantha stitch embroidered by a community of women who are able to work from their homes to earn additional incomes for their families.
We are now setting up our own in-house stitching unit for all three brands and for outside trade orders. Follow our story for more updates.