Ajna Design - Organic Clothing Makes For Better Fashion - The demand for Ajna designs increased to the point where Tanja, who created every item by hand in the beginning, needed assistance. The time for technical support had come, but it had to be a kind of support that would live up to Ajna Design’s high standards of sustainability.
Buddhi - "In 2007 I bought a black felt bag from Nepali craftsmen in Amsterdam. The material was strong and jet black.
Buddhi - Buddhi: a new form for an old craft. The bags of the Buddhi label are a crossover between culture, fashion and innovation in a traditional craft. Designed by Kim van Beek and produced by "The Association for Craft producers" in Nepal.
Buddhi's philosophy Designing innovative fashion items based on traditional Asian Cultures and crafts. Studying and mastering the techniques of the craft is my starting point for a new design. By blowing a new life into craftsmanship one shows the versatility and power of the material and the technique. Therefore, the craftsmanship, the culture and the tradition, will be reserved and continues to develop.
The revolutionary NEW GO Fashion Fair CONCEPT - Press Conference - Sunday 13th and Monday 14th at 13.00 Kromhouthal Amsterdam - During the GO Fashion Fair we will launch our new trade fair concept starting from January 2015. - Sustainable fashion has never been so interesting... - - Participation for brands is totally FREE of charge - Buyers (per company) need a GOlden badge for 100 euro - 7,5% DISCOUNT on orders at fair for buyers - email@example.com…
Ajna Design - Inspired by Nature: Green Fashion, Eco Conscience and Fair Trade To Tanja and Asaf, comfort and unique style are just as important as fair trade and sustainability. All Ajna designs come into existence in accordance with nature and are guaranteed to be of highest organic cotton quality.
Ajna Design - The story of Ajna began on a road trip through India. Against the backdrop of the most marvelous landscapes, Tanja began designing eco fashion that she would then sew on a generator-driven machine to sell at festivals. Her flowing pieces were an immediate hit with the German Yoga scene and more and more shops began adding Ajna designs to their selection of products.