Through a sustainable and socially responsible approach, the anjelms project creates an ethical product line while using fashion as a carrier to protect and empower vulnerable communities in Bali, Nepal and India.

The anjelms project was founded in 2008 by GAELLE beech and her Bali friend Luh ariadi’arik’. In 2012, you took their project template to Kathmandu, Nepal, where they made primary products, knitwear and accessories with the cooperation of Himalaya Nepal Export Group. In 2014, the anjelms project began cooperating with the sticking project in Pushkar, India, a community-driven social enterprise run by textile artist Fiona Wright and her husband, Praveen Naya.

The anjelms project is committed to.
+Use local textiles, focus on traditional hand looms, natural fibers, dyes and block printing, and celebrate cultural heritage and traditional skills.
+Minimize waste by optimizing garment production.
+Provide a safe and fair working environment for all team members and collaborators.
+Work directly with producer groups to ensure a transparent production supply chain. This direct relationship enables customers to obtain high-quality clothing at a reasonable price.

+Work with emerging fashion and visual designers in Australia to create socially and sustainably responsible collections that are unique, dynamic and innovative. This enables us to develop a network of concerned creators and provide our customers with an affordable, personalized, multifunctional and comfortable wardrobe.
The anjelms project strives to check all boxes in the ten principles of fair trade and to be unique and transparent.

Brand value
+Australian Design
All the products of the anjelms project are designed in the white gum Valley in Western Australia and made ethically by small women’s communities in Bali, Nepal and India.

+Sustainable and zero waste
All the clothes of the anjelms project are made of local hand-spun organic cotton, providing employment opportunities for weavers. All dyes and inks are certified by natural plants. The series includes highly thought-out classics of high quality, which means that each work is durable and can be loved for many years. Anjelms projects’ concept of minimum waste means that each pattern is carefully considered to best use all fabrics. All the leftovers are used in “no waste, no waste” accessories, hand-sewn jackets and quilts.

Anjelms project is produced by the sewing project in Pushkar, India. The project has to craft mark certification and complies with ten fair trade principles in all aspects of work, including gender equality, safe working conditions, no child labor, capacity-building, respect for the environment, reasonable payment, accountability and transparency practices. The anjelms project team visits the project every year.

+Eco friendly fabric
The anjelms project uses only natural unbleached hand-spun and hand-woven cotton and cotton yarn to create all series.

The anjelms project is certified by gots and craft mark.

No animals have been injured in the process of textile production or manufacturing. No animal textiles or animal by-products are used in any series.

You can ask the angels project team questions about their supply chain, practices and manufacturing processes.

+Social Enterprise
Closely cooperating with the sewing project, the anjelms project provides employment and training opportunities for rural communities in Pushka. All the technologies used to produce clothing are traditional and local, supporting communities’ more sustainable development and celebrating their cultural heritage.

+Global Organic Textile Standards (gots) certification
+Process identification certification

The anjelms project is designed in the white glue Valley in Western Australia and made ethically by small women’s communities in Bali, Nepal and India.

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