Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we have stopped taking any new orders and shipments that are in transit may get delayed too. We are ensuring compliance with government guidelines, and working to ensure everyone's safety. We will keep you posted about any update on this. Meanwhile, Check out our interesting online workshops to help you up-skill and keep you busy during this indefinite period of social distancing!
The fast fashion industry is considered to be the second most polluting industry in the world, the highest being fossil fuel. It takes as much as 946 litres of water to grow enough cotton for a pair of jeans and an average of 42 litres of water to achieve the typical faded appearance. In addition, other resources like chemicals, electricity and manpower are required in abundance.
"dwij", means second life (à¤¦à¥à¤µà¤¿ = Twice, à¤œ = Born) in Sanskrit was founded with a mission to generate wealth by providing inclusive growth of society, using junk. At dwij, we rescue the jeans that would otherwise end up in the landfill to make utility bags, thus reducing the dependency on virgin canvas, jute, plastic or synthetic bags. The goal is not only to create awareness about the drawbacks of fast fashion but also to show the world that thorough washing procedure can transform a second-hand textile into a material as hygiene as a virgin textile.