"After so many years in New York, I started to get the feeling everything was becoming so homogenized. But here in Jaipur, it’s the opposite—everything is slow. Some fabrics take weeks or a month to finish, and I thought, ‘What happened to the idea that something worth having is worth waiting for?’ — Vogue
A Stitch Against Waste. A Stitch For Freedom.
Banjanan and Silaiwali, a social enterprise in Delhi, India, have partnered to create these exclusive dolls made from upcycled Banjanan print fabric. Each doll is hand-stitched by Afghan women refugees and supports sustainable incomes and community.