If you care about the planet, ethical practices and sustainable fashion, check out Door of Maai – a homegrown, ready-to-wear design label that urbanises upcycled apparels. DOM urges you to go trendless with their classic yet eclectic collection of urban silhouettes in muted, pastel hues.
Conscious about where your clothes come from, what material and dyes are used, and how workers who make them get treated? Fashion label Door of Maai ticks all the boxes. They make their products with certified organic cotton, khadi and handlooms. And also have a parallel upcycled collection which makes one-off pieces to reduce fabric leftovers and export surplus. They also have a social wing (DOM Socials) which conducts workshops and programmes on community development and empowerment and run a vocational training unit at the Alipore Woman’s Correctional Home, where they train women to make sustainable fabrics and materials. And they have joined the #whomademyclothes, an attempt to bridge the gap between consumer and workers.