We believe that ethical fashion consumption begins with responsible production. By creating our garments using entirely pre-existing, third-generation materials we honor our commitment to zero-waste design and circular sustainability.

Each garment is designed in New York and then handcrafted in a family-run tailoring workshop in India. Producing one small order at a time allows us to foster strong, personal relationships with local artisans and ensure all of our tailors receive a fair wage. We make the most of our fabric by using offcuts to make pouches, bags and accessories.

We strive to make clothing that outlasts traditional consumption cycles, and assign its value based on the enduring quality of the materials, craftsmanship and fair labor practices. Our products do not go on sale. Every piece is intended to be loved and lived in for years to come.

Namai garments have a rich history and long life-span, and we hope you will be inspired to continue their story by making them your own.



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