Fabrics We Play With
Handwoven fabrics are unique fabrics produced through traditional weaving ways, characterised by their texture and irregularities. These fabrics, made from accoutrements like cotton, silk, hair, and linen, are created by professed crafters and perfect for one- of-a-kind or limited edition collections. Using handwoven fabrics in our collections offers guests a high- quality, ethical, and sustainable product, promoting eco-friendliness, supporting traditional weaving communities, and furnishing profitable openings for original crafters. With their texture and character, handwoven fabrics produce unique and eye- catching garments, adding authenticity and artistic significance to our brand.
Sustainably Sourced Fabrics
At Chetna Bagga, we use surplus fabrics to offer sustainable, affordable, and creative benefits to our collections. Surplus fabrics are high-quality materials that havent been used due to overproduction or overstocking. By using these fabrics, we promote sustainability by reducing waste and avoiding new textile production. They can also be more affordable than new materials. Limited in quantity, we are creative in their use, resulting in unique and innovative designs. Surplus fabrics offer a range of textures, colors, and patterns that are not commonly available in new materials.
Non-dyed fabrics are untreated textile materials made from natural fibers such as cotton, linen, hemp, silk, and wool. These fabrics are eco-friendly, durable, and offer health benefits as they do not contain any harmful chemicals. We use non-dyed fabrics in our collections to promote sustainability and provide customers with high-quality and long-lasting garments. They also offer a unique aesthetic and versatility, as their natural colors can be easily combined with other materials and colors.
Organic fabrics are sustainable textiles produced using natural farming methods without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or GMOs. Their production promotes renewable resources, reduces the environmental impact of textile production, and protects the health of farmers and workers. They also benefit consumers by being hypoallergenic and free from harmful chemicals that cause skin irritation. Organic fabrics come in a variety of natural materials, colors, and textures that can be used in fashion and home textiles to create unique and sustainable designs. Using organic fabrics promotes sustainability and ethical fashion practices.