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Staying In North Goa? These 9 Stores Are Perfect For Some Retail Therapy
Looking for souvenirs? Rare art? Beach dresses? Anything that screams Goa? Well, after many a shopping sprees, we've curated a list of stores that keep calling us back.
A design collective that was quite the pioneer of the ethical, slow fashion movement, even before it was called so — People Tree stores ethically made, fair trade clothing and accessories that are inspired by ethnic design sensibilities. From books to clothing to accessories to home decor — this eclectic store that shares the compound Gunpowder, is a powerhouse of revolutionary art. Founded by Gurpreet and Orijit, both themselves multidisciplinary artists, you will find everything from screen printed, to batik to handblocked clothes and scarves to upcycled/recycled fashion accessories, to footwear made from natural materials to rare finds in music, books and documentaries, here.
Paperboat collective in Sangolda is easily one of Goa’s must-visit design stores. It houses a series of quirky textiles, jewellery, furniture, unique ceramics, as well as home decor, children’s clothing and toys and a wide array of lifestyle products and art pieces. One guiding principle that runs through all of the collection at Paperboat is the quality of the product as well as the faith in the individual behind the label. Each piece at the store brings with it, its unique design aesthetics, and is curated by the owner-founder Bhagyashree Patwardhan, from various Indian based designers and smaller lesser-known studios doing stellar work.
A clothing store that boasts of being 100% organic, 100% fair trade, No Nasties sells luxurious cotton garments for men, women as well as children. Guided by simplistic and sustainable design principles, the store stocks what is called ‘vegan clothing’. Brainchild of combined skillsets of Apurv and Shweta, everything from packaging, to the tags to the actual product is made from organic cotton with no genetically modified (GMO) seeds, no carcinogenic pesticides, no toxic dyes and no unfair business practices. Naturally the price tag is slightly higher than your average stores, but keep in mind that with every purchase you’re contributing to strengthening the conscious fashion movement.