All our pieces are 100% Hand embroidered, by Colombian women inmates. Airavata counts with the participation of several women that work with us in the embroidery process, all of them, inmates of El Pedregal prison located in Medellin, Colombia. Who are in charge of meticulous embroidery of our pieces. As such, when they recover their freedom, they already know how to work in an ethic way, plus they have a guaranteed work with us when in freedom.
Each of them seeks through fair work, a second chance.
With this garment that you acquire, you are part of this incredible process of socialization.
AIRAVATA My name is Carolina Ganan and I’m Airavata’s creative director, I was born in New York on August 9, 1990. I’m a Fashion Designer from the Escuela Felicidad Duce in Barcelona today La Salle Collage. I spent my years of research and study between the Instituto Europeo Di Designe in Milan and the Escuela Felicidad Duce in Barcelona. Airavata was born from the ideal of supplying the need to offer a high-quality product with clear differentiation. Since I Identify that although the brands evolve, most do it towards the same path, which leads us to a market a bit flat. Airavata is my need to break with the line and offer versatility to the market.
- Made in Colombia
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- Hand rinse with neutral PH soap. Drain very well and carefully and hang immediately (don’t overlap the garments)
- The hand embroidery on our garments makes the pieces extremely delicate, and should be treated as such.