Our responsibility towards the environment is not restricted to the landscape, but it encompasses the relational nets that we establish and nurture.
Our activism is understood through trust, the linearity of production is questioned in favour of production as a constellation.
The crops where our hemp grows belong to families in Bajura, a mountain region in West Nepal. These families hold a great knowledge on hemp’s craft, transforming the plant’s fibers into yarn.
Before yarn is transformed into fabric, the hemp is weaved in handlooms. Our relationship with our collaborators is a close one, allowing us to witness the growth of their looms and workshops.
3. NATURAL DYES
The particular tones of Hemper’s dyes do also come from the fields, having a natural origin all of them. They are carefully applied by female experts organized as a certificated Fair Trade production.